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I have recently had my first episode of atria fibullation and flutter back in July, it was first picked up by my GP on ECG. I then was referred and spent 5 days in hospital where I was give a Cardioversion, I went back into sinus rythem but it reverted back again. I was then due a second cardioversion but fortunately my heart went back in to sinus rythem right before it was to be done. My heart has been in sinus rythem since as the medication must of kicked in.
They do not know the reason why it came but I had grander fever back in May, I was stupid training little but gave in and rested in end. This atria fibullation and flutter came on when I got back from a lads Holiday which maybe why I pushed my body to far. Besides that I have always been active and fit and healthy. They also spotted (mild dystolic LV dysfunction) which I don't know if this is due to the Afib.
I am waiting to see the cardiologist which is on the 6 September. I was thinking they would take me off the meds, but a pharmacist said it's highly unlikely. I am 32 years and which to return to training I am currently on Beta blockers and antirymthmic and book thinners. I don't want to be on meds all my life, if my hearts been in sinus then there is no need for an ablation or cardioversion. So will I come of the medication?
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