I recall a couple of forum members who've had a second procedure after an unsuccessful first attempt to get their AVNRT, and it worked and they've moved on. In fact, I received a message from a member just last week who after their ablation last year, is beginning to get symptoms again. So perhaps another procedure is in their future.
Because of the location of AVNRT, I think the electrophysiologist might be extra careful working near the AV node and may err on the side of caution.
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