Our 16 year old daughter just had the ablation procedure on December 30th and had some serious complications. The Dr. said that they may have abladed to low in the AV node as there is now a great deal of blocking, and a poorly performing heart. She is only in here 2nd day of recovery, but feels real weak and even has a hard time climbing stairs. We go back in on the 5th to see the Dr. who did the procedure. We are trying to remain optimistic, but a fearing the worst. My daughter was of course hoping to get back to her very athletic lifestyle and working toward a future as a surgeon. You seem to be very well educated in this arena, anything you can share with us?
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