I had an abaltion 3 weeks ago today and have felt great. Today I was running around shopping all day in the heat, and this afternoon. I have had a weird "fluttery feeling" lke I would get sometimes before my abaltion. It feels a little like your heart beating in the lower part of my throat.
It was not an episode of SVT cause myheart rate is not raised I just feel strange. Is this normal? Did it take you guys a little while to feel 100%. I am scared cause all of my SVT episodes would come a few days before my period(I know very strange) and I am supposed to start in a week or so and I am newrvous my SVT will come back. Thanks everyone for any feedback.
The feelings you are having are absolutely normal. It usually takes a good 3 months for your heart to recover from the ablation procedure. During this time it is normal for you to feel "flip flops" "flutters" etc. I know how unnerving it can be, but try to take it easy and if you are concerned I'm sure that your Dr can reassure you that this is normal.
i had the exact same thing happen to me yesterday and it is certainly unnerving!i dont even have a follow up appointment till november!!but luckily you guys have all reassured me that this is normal.hang in there hunXX
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