Freddy wrote:There is some risk having an ablasion done. Everyone's case is different, talk it over with your doctor.
Will do of course...Just trying to get as much input as I can, but thanks for the advice.
Devil5052 wrote:beemerboy wrote:After my defib fired, St.E's got me in three days later and did the ablation procedure and, like I said earlier, it was in and out in a short time. I can't say enough good about St. Elizabeth's Hospital.
Wow....I know St. E's well!! (when I was in college I taught driving part-time for Garber's Auto School & used to goto the Brighton RMV all the time! (right around the corner from St. E's)
Not sure if I understood you though.....You only had the defib in for a very short time before you had the ablation done? (so would you recommend against the defib install?)
beemerboy wrote:No, I would not recommend against having one put in if that's what your doctor suggests, it saved my life and they're proven technology.
rberq wrote:But on that one day, she fell down wham! full force on her chest. It should have killed her, but instead it cured her atrial fib.