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Hi guys, Lankylass here. You all may remember my first AF episode and my 'successful' cardioversion last October. Well, yesterday I woke up and felt that familiar flutter/palpitation. Took my pulse and it was all over the place. I went to my GP and he rang my nearest A and E, but there were no cardiologists available. He asked if I wanted to go to Withington, a south Manchester hospital which specialises in heart/chest diseases and hoped that I may be 'converted' back as it had only just 'flipped' back. After a day being prodded, poked and tested I had to stay on the acute medical ward. Saw a registrar this morning and although he tried for me I had no luck in going for a 'quick' cardivert back. So I am back on the 5mg of Bisoprolol morning and night. I have just walked the 500yds to the polling station and feel exhausted, that old familiar 'knocking' is back too. I was really hoping to get it done today. Oh, well, back with the AF brigade. Keep well everyone.
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