February 21, 2018

Atrial Fibrillation Experts from Cleveland Clinic Will Answer Your Afib Questions on December 17

Atrial fibrillation is the most common irregular heart rhythm that starts in the atria. While it is often a mere annoyance, it can also be responsible for life-threatening medical emergencies that result in cardiac arrest, stroke and sudden death.

Take advantage of the opportunity to get your atrial fibrillation questions answered by afib experts from the Cleveland Clinic and the founder of StopAfib.org on a live chat December 17, 2013.

To learn more, see:  Join atrial fibrillation experts from the Cleveland Clinic to get answers to your afib questions on December 17, 2013

Note: Please do not post your questions for the Cleveland Clinic doctors here. After you register for the call, they will send word when you can post your questions.


  1. Peter Goodwin says:

    I had Cryo-ablation July 29th on Amiodarone 200 mg daily. I’ve had five short episodes of A-fib lasting 24 hours +- it has been over 3 months and still have hiccups like this. My EP told me nothing on the follow-up just smiled and said “see you July 2014” Should he not care about no progress or typical progress? Would it not be better to redo the ablation since I understand they are more successful with ablation 2. To me, waiting until July to determine a good or bad ablation is unprofessional. Would it not be better to do another ablation to fix these frequent occurrences?

    • Hi Peter. It takes 3-6 months after an ablation for an inflamed heart to heal, but it’s normal for the doctor to follow your progress to make sure you are healing properly. Is there any reason not to discuss your concerns with your doctor to see if there should be something else done sooner?