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I have recently (2 days ago) been diagnoised with Right ventricular outflow tract tachycardia. I am 22 and so my doctor has advised that an ablation procedure would be best suited instead of mediacion for life. He has refered me to a Cardiologist to discuss the operaition however going over the procedure quickly with me.
I have avoided researching the surgery online as I know it will only scare me, however my doctor explained that I will be awake and under a local anesthetic whilst they give me instuctions during the procedure.
This is kinda scaring me a little as I have never had an operation before and the thought of being conscious through it is a little daunting.
Has anyone had this op before and can reasure me a little of it's success and their experience during the op?
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