Just a quick note to say hi! Doing very well, thanks. Can't believe it's been 4 months since my ablation. Now that my heart is well and I'm off the meds I've been busy working on my diet, weight, and exercise. Down nearly 30 pounds and feeling so much better not carrying around the excess weight. And still trying to find a job......believe me, dieting and exercise are so much easier than job hunting. How are you doing? It must be close to 2 months (or more) by now for you?
Thank you, Hanna. I wish you the best of luck with your ablation tomorrow and hope everything goes smoothly for you. Please write once you're able to and let me know how it went. It's been two months this week since my ablation and I am doing very well. My EP said once I reach the one year point with no attacks, he will consider me to be permanently cured. Kindest regards, Jannie (P.S. You are most welcome to read my other journal entries if you wish.)
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