If you had an ablation, you may notice some burning in your chest. This is caused by irritation to the lining of the heart from the ablation catheter. The burning can get worse with deep breaths and can last a few days. Acetaminophen may help, however, if the pain lasts for more than 3 days call your cardiologist.
Before your procedure your Cardiologist should have explained everything to you including why certain medications are given prior to your signing the permit for your procedure. Also on discharge you should have received post-procedure information so you would know what to expect when you get home.
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