About Me: Female, Burlington, TX, member since Aug 2009
I started getting a-fib episodes in the late 90's, at least that's when it became apparent. It started with a reaction to ephedrine in diet aids and I did try phen-fen for a short while. Anyway, its gotten worse over the years and now I'm on coumadin.. My Dr. is con
[More]stantly pushing ablation, but I have a lot of reservations about it. I know when I'm in a-fib and it makes me feel terrible. I feel likeI just have to find a solution. Update.....I did have the ablation in Sept and I'm still having a-fib/a-flutter eposodes for 24 hrs every other day.Hopefully this part of the recovery is about over. I'm anxious to get on with my life. Update.....I started a high dose of flecainide in Dec. I weaned myself off the flecainide in April and prayed to God for no more a-fib. Haven't had an episode in almost 6 months. I am finally feeling really good!
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