105/65 is considered a little on the low side but it is a good reading. 65
is a little low ,. 120 over 80 is considered the normal average. At least
that’s what you I’ve been told.
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Commenting about this Bemer resolution to this problem I don’t mean to sound like a dummy but from what I understand one of the problems after afib it is that if they’re afraid of blood clots which are formed in the circulation of the blood if that’s the case then how is circulation going to cure it as a problem blood clots would still form and I just I wouldn’t feel comfortable just relying on circulation I don’t understand that at all. I think I’m going to talk to more of my doctors and get a consensus. I know what they think about it though evidently they most assuredly have more education on the subject than I do but I do thank you for your comments and I will think about it I mean that’s the whole idea is to think about these things thanks again.
Thanks for your reply and your honesty about your experience with A-fib. I have no idea whether my doctor has considered going in on the left or the right of my heart but it is something I will bring up and ask about and the only way we learn about what’s going on is to ask questions. My other conditions have done nothing but complicate the matter. Getting all the doctors together to agree on a plan of action seems to take quite a bit of time. The only problem with that is that it makes me very nervous as time goes by and I don’t know what anybody is going to do about anything it’s a little scary. But I do thank you for your information I will bring it up to my cardiologists and see what he says in fact that I see him tomorrow so thank you again have a good night..
Thanks for your comments. I have heard from several people of that it has
taken more than one ablation to stop the AFib so I am talking to my Dr
about the whole situation I also have COPD and diabetes and late discovery
of iron deficiency so things have gotten complicated with Dr and getting
them all together to decide on a course of action. You are right I have to
be aware of the things going on and that involves asking questions and
hopefully getting answers. Thanks again for your comments I’ll let you know
how things go.
Hi thanks for your comment I on the other hand have received a lot of
comments about people having to have the ablation two or three times. Until
they find the correct path whatever that means anyway they’re not too
forthcoming with information that’s why I got on the website and ask a few
questions I appreciate your comments and if you have anymore please I need
all the information I can get I have also COPD and diabetes and these
specialized doctors getting together to come up with a plan is a real job.
When they were going to do the operation they discovered I had an iron
deficiency. So that means another doctor in the mix. Wish me luck thanks
Thanks for the reply and my problems. I also have COPD diabetes and that seems to have an effect to what the doctors want to do and getting them to get together to discuss what the next plan of action should be has been a real trip. I’ve had two small episodes A-fib since I had the ablation. They have been less intense and shorter an hour or so. My problem is getting all the specialized doctors together to decide on the next plan of action if we should do nothing and see if it completely stops or if I’m going to have to do the ablation again. Once again thank you for your input.
Thanks so much for the info. All Ive had to listen to has been Doctors who seem to take forever to come up with a plan, then not giving me info on the plan. Ive had 2 episodes since the ablation but very short and not as intense. But no word of a plan going forward. I guess i will have to insist on some answers. I have several other problems going on butt I can’t go into them right now I’ll get back to you as things move along thanks again for your help.