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The doctor closed 2 pathways and had to use cryo ablation because one extra pathway was a millimeter from the "good" pathway and he couldn't risk using heat. I was diagnosed a few months ago at 51 years old. I've been living with 30+ arrhthmia episodes per day for many years, but they got even worse at the end of last year and I started getting dizzy and lightheaded regularly. I just thought it was middle age, or menopause, or something like that. Go figure. So far, so good - my hear's a little sore and of course the insertion site is tender, but I'm wondering how quickly you were able to return to exercise? I was hoping to resume within a few days but the only advice I can find is for patients who've had ablations for other reasons and natually have a longer down time. Thoughts? Advice? Many thanks.
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