← Return to DESPERATELY FRIGHTENED, PVCs, AFib or panic attack

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@rubywitch67

Hi Colleen,
I can't begin to tell you how grateful I am that you're "checking up" on me! The level of caring, concern and support I've received from this forum is 10X greater than I get from my cardiologist! I DO understand that my "minor" AFIB and PVC's and my ablation are probably fairly "ho-hum" for them, but they aren't for me! I realize my anxiety is a drawback, but at least the people on this forum understand how the lack of support and understanding drives that anxiety. The responses I've received here have done a great deal to calm my anxiety and that in turn has lessened the amount of PVC's I've been feeling. I am still having a few random PVC's. but no AFIB episodes, so perhaps tomorrow at my 6th month follow up, I will be told what I've been told for years…..that they are nothing to worry about. It's just that after a 4 months being completely free of them, they are back and THAT is what has my knickers in a knot. Sorry, I think I'm ranting. I am doing OK. I'm nervous but less so thanks to all the support I got from all of you. I will let you know what the doctor says tomorrow in 1,000 words or less……..LOL
Again, I thank each and every one of you who reached out to me. Feeling alone and frightened is a terrible place to be and you all made me realize I NEVER have to feel that way. Love you all……….Ruby

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Hi @rubywitch67,

I just wanted to follow-up and see how you're doing – did everything go well at your appointment? It’s horrible to feel frightened and alone! But I sure like your attitude of not letting your fear stop you from reaching out for help to figure things out.