AF Information & Advice For Patients
Catheter Ablation Stories
After being diagnosed with AF aged 49, Beverley was eventually offered an ablation.
Anna explains how ablation and AV node ablation gave her back her life.
“Insufficient awareness of AF can leave people feeling terrified” – Dr Bose’s story
Sue describes her journey of AF discovery and finally receiving an ablation: from misdiagnosis to cardioversion and beyond.
I have had Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) and Ventricular Arrhythmia problems since 1984.
It’s been a long journey. Now I’ve unwound my memory I can see that my first atrial fibrillation experience was in 1983.
I started my Afib journey in 1992 when I was 25 years old.
I’m pretty fit, but I think a week is the minimum before carrying out light work, and at least two weeks before more exercise.
Revd. Ted reflects how referral to an informed specialists and prompt treatments have helped to suppress his AF and allowed him to return to a full and active life.
Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion
Lionel was diagnosed with AF in October 2007, and was fitted with a pacemaker in February the following year.
Read his story here