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My husband of 60 found he had a fib after a chest infection last May. He has had lots of tests. He was told it was only 1% chance he'd have a stroke as he's other wise healthy. But he has the irregular heart beat constantly, not occasionally. No symptoms. After his last monitor test his heartbeat was 220 bpm after playing squash and the consultant wasn't happy and put him on beta blockers. I presume that means playing squash isn't a good idea! But husband says he'll never stop playing squash! I am very worried! What does anybody think?
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