Home monitoring for AFib

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I had one espisode of Afib last year. Am on Diltiazam and have not had any symptoms since.  What concerns me is asymptomatic AFib.  Does anyone know of a type of wristband that I can wear that would continuously monitor my heart rate and that would show asymptomatic episodes? 

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    Told to have ablation. still have not...if you imclude hard to climb stairs and fatigue maybe symptoms but not the scary ones I read about. Had that probably twenty years ago two times and never again. Am on a blood thinner and beta blocker. confused as what to do. seems to be getting more afib without doing anythng else. 
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      MIne is well controlled with a calcium channel blocker, I cannot comment on the efficacy of other medications.  Ablation seems to work in some, you need to have your stroke risk assessed and make sure you are a surgical candidate and take it from there.  These choices are not easy to make, but sometimes taking the first step will make the others easier and will help you in the long term
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