At the slow rate you describe it may not actually be your svt flaring up. It could be something else but you do need to discuss this with your EP. It is possible if there is still a bit of conduction going on they can get the rest of it with a second ablation. But try not to stress. It happens sometimes. There have been a few on here who needed a second ablation and all was well after that. Take care and keep us posted on how you are doing.
Maybe it was just a fluke. Seems like I've read on here it takes a while for things to settle down after an ablation. I'll be hoping that's true in your case -- don't panic yet!
There are occasions when SVT returns in the aftermath of an ablation. Perhaps a thread of muscle remains that was missed which still supports conduction. Despite the high tech nature of the procedure, there's still a lot of manual work required by the physician. Nearly four years since my ablation for AVRT, I still get short little runs of SVT for perhaps 5 to 12 beats, although it has been a while since I felt one. Give it some time, but I'm a pessimist by nature, so I'm going to say there's another trip to the cath lab in your future.
Thanks for the comments! I spoke with the Dr and he suggests we do nothing, given that my SVT has always been only once a year, maybe twice (at least for now). I am trying to manage the reality that what we thought was fixed, is likely not fixed. I am trying to be positive, remain optimistic that this is something I can handle - just like many others. Appreciate the input. Really, means a lot. Was just hoping to connect with others who might have a similar situation post ablation.
I had an ablation fro VT. I get runs of episodes every two to three months. I too was hopeful that the Ablation worked but it didnt. I can relate it is very depressing. Try to keep your chin up though. I think these forums are a good place to connect with like minded people and get the support you need.