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Following my Cardiologists appointment yesterday in which it was noted that my heart function has improved to the point where Cardioversion is now being scheduled with a better than average chance of it being successful, I would be interested to hear any experiences from people that have either returned to or started running following this procedure.
I'd always been a committed runner, when the Cardiologist asked me if I felt "back to normal" I made the point that my "normal" is being able to run 10 miles without too much thought, so no.
I have a place in the 2019 London Marathon (deferred from 2018) and would like to target this event as a final Marathon (it was also my first marathon in 1999) So as I mentioned previously I'd welcome any input from runners (or other endurance athletes) that have suffered AF and then resumed their training.
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