I just noticed this from a couple years ago!

Posted by Andrew on 28 June 2012, 9:28 pm

I just noticed this from a couple years ago!

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I don’t get it. Did you have a catheter ablation recently? Incidentally, I had one little more than a year ago. The diagnosing process was scary stuff (any arrhythmia is frightening, to say the least).