Hi all, first time ever posting on a website, but I just want peace of mind that I am not the only person feeling weird after one month & 2 weeks post op. Let me begin with the beginning, I am a 27 year old female, weighing 145 lbs and was diagnosed with WPW & SVT on August of 2016. I was then referred to an electrophysiologist in my area and he recommended ablation. Thee ultrasound he said my heart structure is absolute normal. I thankfully have no other health issues. The ablation happened on Dec. 13th of 2016. I went under general anesthesia and my surgery lasted about 4.5 hours. The doctor burned two pathways which I believe one or both were on the left side, therefore he had to puncture a hole to get to the left side. I then ended staying overnight due to bleeding from the right groin. 6 days postop and bammm I have a recurrence all over again. HB was at 150 and I felt like passing out from literally doing nothing it triggered on its own. Electrophysiologist then explained it was normal as my heart is swollen and it takes about 90 days for the scarring and swelling to completely heal. I also only took baby aspirin for 30 days and then i stopped, drs orders. So my question is why do I feel shortness of breath at times from sitting or resting, usually occurs late afternoon and not daily. Just today, I also experienced like burning sensation and sharp pains on my left side of the chest. I also, still feel like off balance at times but I am assuming is the anesthesia side effects. I guess I just want to know if it's normal to feel this way after one month of the surgery. I am also trying to get into light exercise but I am afraid it willooks damage the recovery even though my doctor states the surgery was successful. Thanks for listening and I hope to get some positive responds.