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Marvel is correct that you need to discuss this with your doctor. Keep in mind that dronedarone is not recommended for patients in permanent atrial fibrillation (AF) who will not or cannot be cardioverted into normal sinus rhythm. Perhaps a 2nd cardioversion will do the trick for you. I was on dronedarone for almost 3 years, but eventually decided (with my doctors input) to change to rate control. Once I was in permanent AF, I came off the dronedarone. But your doctor can advise you on how soon you should discontinue use if you are in permanent AF. Good luck.
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