I have racing heart. 2 ablations 4 cardio conversions goes rite back to a-fib The doctor want to give me amiodarone. It sounds so dangerous. What do you think my next step is
13 Feb 2013
If you don't trust what your doc say, I would get a second opinion. However, amiodarone has been very successful treating this. It has alot of side effects, but don't forget not everyone gets all the side effects or even any of them. The one obvious thing is that you can't go on with things the way they are now.
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