Age 68, considering ablation for intermittent episodes of AFIB. Been reading up on both RF ablation (burning), and Cryoablation (freezing). Also have plenty of PVC's for 35 years. Able to pretty much cope with them until AFIB episodes began three years ago, and PVC's have gotten worse and more alarming. So, I'm dealing with both. Apparently not enough PVC's to have them ablated but of course Dr's. are more concerned with the AFIB even though the PVC's actually bother me a lot more. I realize ablations are not always completely successful, but sometimes they are. It's like the luck of the draw, but some relief would be okay with me. Anyway, has anyone had the cryoablation (freezing) vs. the RF ablation (heat). In my reading, the cryoablation has less serious consequences should something go wrong. Any input from anyone having this procedure and how you are doing would be appreciated.