Ten years ago if I'd had it done there was a
20% chance I'd ended up with a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>pacemaker</span>
. Ten years later I was told I was a
perfect candidate so I had the ablation and the chance of having a pacemaker
was less than 1%. That's how far they've come in 10 years.
Like so many of you, our concernes have fallen on deaf ears, or misinformed ears and I think doctors just are plain annoyed with us because they don't know what to do because the answers aren't there yet but they will be.