I’d like to recommend that readers of this blog take some time to check out the Cycling and AF Blog , if you haven’t already done so.
In this easy to read blog, with generally short entries, you’ll read of the personal journey of a middle aged road cyclist /club rider from England.
His atrial fibrillation (AF) began with some vague symptoms in 2015, eventually diagnosed as AF. Follow his personal journey dealing with alcohol, coffee, diminished cycling performance, beta blockers (and other AF drugs), two ablations (!) and an Atricip procedure.
I think readers of this blog will find his journey interesting. Based in England the healthcare system is different, as are some names – a TEE (trans-esophageal echocardiogram), for example, is a TOE (trans-oesophageal echocardiogram).
I would certainly like to learn about the Atriclip procedure – I’ll research that and post about it in the future.
Speaking of alcohol – I’m planning my next blog post to be about alcohol and AF.
I hope you enjoy the Cycling and AF Blog as much as I did.