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ChrissieMak
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Date Joined Jul 2015
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   Posted 7/15/2015 3:04 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Guys, thanks for allowing me to join, my name is Chrissie, I'm 42, I have been suffering with SVT since I was 13, my consultant says it was a condition I was born with, but didn't arise until I hit puberty, I was finally diagnosed when I was 36 in 2009 after having an episode at work, I had an unsuccessful Ablation in 2010, so more A&E visits for Adenosine and daily flutters, I went back to my GP in August last year after another trip to A&E for more Adenosine and a suspected heart attack and was re-referred to the cardiac centre, yesterday I had a successful Ablation but I am still feeling the 'flutters', is this normal post op? Any advice would be greatly appreciated 😀

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Date Joined Mar 2009
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   Posted 7/15/2015 5:11 AM (GMT -6)   
hi chrissiemak. i think it may well be. got to give ya ticker a few days to settle. if they continue after a few days, just give the centre a little tingle. i am amazed you weren't advised of any post op flutters. others will pop in and have more information. welcome to the forum. it is a tad slow at the moment. keep strong.
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