How's everyone doing after a year of ablation?

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Hello, hope everyone is doing good. Its been a year since I've had my ablation, I still get tired easy? Is this the same case for anyone else? I know since I had my procedure I couldn't really do a whole physically, so it's probably been about 10 months since I hadn't I guess really worked out because I'd feel exhausted. Now I'm trying to get back into but I still get so tired, I'd say I'm done about 7p.m. in the day.

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    Hi glow509 im not sure seems like i do feel drowsy from it still. Idk ima go in for my year evaluation soon. Its kinda funny i opened up one of the emails for this site that i registered to like a year ago (before my ablation). This was the first question i saw. "How's everyone doing after a year of ablation?".

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      I feel the same way, but from what I've read online this surgery is supposed to help you feel more energy?? So I don't either. One person I've chatted with said she does feel more energetic, but I can't remember how long it was since her procedure got done. I also feel like maybe it could be because I haven't really done much physically since then and now my body is taking longer to have that stamina? Anyway, let me know if you ask them about that, thanks.

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    Ill let you know what they say. I actually went straight into phydical activity after my ablation hard work to be particular. And the difference was huge and very substantial. My anxiety levels were much lower.
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      that's really good to hear that there was a huge difference. I'm a little nervous about getting a catheter ablation soon. Should I be worried?

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