I was diagnosed with WPW back in 2000, and believe that I had RF Ablation sometime in 2001.
Everything seemed to be back to normal (actually, better than what I considered normal, because I had WPW since I was a child, and my doctor at the time, never diagnosed it).
When I had the initial problem, it was typically when I stood up, or doing something that my heart was normally at a resting pace, my heart would then start racing. I would have to control my breathing, sit down for a few minutes, to get it under control, or otherwise, I would get tired, and my chest would start hurting.
5 years later, I just recently started feeling what feel like skipped heart beats. From what my old doctor said, it's not really skipping a heart beat, but it's two successive heart beats in a row, and then what feels like a skip, so that my rhythm gets back on track.
I've got an appointment next week, but just wondered if WPW can come back after RF ablation?
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