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I am a 34 year old female who was diagnosed with AF 12 months ago. My heart rate is in tachycardia 70% of the time - its highly irregular too - and is being treated using Sotalol 120mg twice daily.
Next month I am scheduled for an AF ablation in an Australian public hospital. During my consult appointment I asked the resident doctor some questions but based on my research here it seems he may have given me incorrect answers.
I am curious whether it is reasonable to expect I will be able to travel for six weeks one month after the ablation?
Will I be required to take warfarin? And if so would it be suitable to travel while on warfarin?
What were your experiences like with AF ablation?
Thank you so much! My pharmacist just changed the sotalol brand I was taking and my HR is so high and irregular. I'm feeling drained and frustrated. Sometimes I mistake the AF for anxiety and become more overwhelmed trying to manage the symptoms. I've recently developed migraines too. I currently work full time in a clinical role and feel exhausted. I am hoping I will experience a fast recovery and reduced sympatmology following the ablation.
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