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Today I was at a new cardiologist, to see other opinions (abroad). A stress ECG was done, and echo. Both was good. Doctor said that I don't have a heart disease and SVT is not life threatening if everything else is OK. I didn't got any medications because he said that if I have episodes a few times a year it's not necessary to take pills. He said that there are two options for me.
- not stress about it and just live with it, or
- get the ablation if I fear to have an episode and limits my everyday life.
Now I don't know what to do. It's nice to think about that I will not going to have any episodes ever, but I'm a bit afraid of the procedure.
What are your opinions? Would you do it? If you've done it, are you satisfied with the result?
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