AF Information & Advice For Patients

Share your story

We are approached by countless patients and caregivers who feel alone and misunderstood about their condition. So when we share others' stories with them, it gives them consolation to know they are not alone.

Share your story with us to feature on the website and maybe even in the media! We get a lot of journalists enquiring about AF Association members with unique stories. Your journey with AFib could help raise awareness of the condition and help many others who are living with it undiagnosed.

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AF Diaries

AF Diaries - Living with AF   Sylvia’s AF Diagnosis After Hip Replacement Gillian shares an update on how...

Living with AF Under 40

Jay was diagnosed with AF at the age of 29. He has had three ablations but remains active and continues to participate in activities...

Carer Stories

Jenny Hutton noticed her husband’s heart ‘beating all over the place’, which the couple laughed off....

Catheter Ablation Stories

After being diagnosed with AF aged 49, Beverley was eventually offered an ablation.  Anna explains how...

AF Related Stroke Stories

Kathy didn't think she needed anticoagulants - until she had an AF-related stroke On the death of an old...

Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion Stories

Lionel was diagnosed with AF in October 2007, and was fitted with a pacemaker in February the following year. ...

Finding Help

Helen tells us about how she set up a successful support group in Somerset About twelve years ago I was diagnosed...

Share Your Story

Too often AF can result in a person feeling ‘alone’ and ‘frightened’. The ‘AF diaries’ offer a detailed...


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01789 867 502info@afa.org.uk

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