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Over the past few months the AFib episodes started to significantly increase and now I am in AFib essentially all the time, still about the same heart rate.Have compensated cirrhosis that limits the anti-arrhythmic drugs that I can take. What is the long range impact of being in AFib all the time? Pinski: The main priority would be to prevent stroke, in his case with warfarin or another anticoagulant.
We do not know if atrial fibrillation really changes longevity and whether putting you back in normal rhythm would change your risk of developing dementia or heart failure.
At least 50% of the readings show an irregular heartbeat. But I'm wondering if an irregular heartbeat can have some correlation with my afib? Saliba: Irregular heartbeats can result from atrial fibrillation, but also can result from extra beats from the upper or lower chamber of the heart despite the fact that you might be in normal rhythm. My condition is as follows: Have enlarged atrium (per echo test) 78yrs old diagnosed with AFRIB 3 yrs ago I had bypass surgery in 1993 with five by passes Now have 6 stents ( mostly in original by-pass grafts) What can be done to correct my A-fib. What is the rate during sinus rhythm and atrial fibrillation?
Any other information about irregular heartbeats would be appreciated. The only way to find out the nature of the irregular heart beat is to perform an EKG or monitor that would allow your physician to make the correlation of the irregularity with nature of the abnormality in your heart rhythm. Assuming that something needs to be done to correct your case of atrial fibrillation, a trial of an antiarrhythmic drug, sotalol or dofetilide would be the first to try.
Furthermore, genetic based therapy does not exist at this point for atrial fibrillation.
Treatment of your atrial fibrillation depends on the amount of symptoms you are having and how persistent the atrial fibrillation is.
Clearly, some atrial fibrillation have genetic predisposition.
There have been some genes related to atrial fibrillation, but not all patients with atrial fibrillation have a clear cut genetic etiology for their disease.However, early studies are underway to answer these questions.Diana Mc Neil: My brother is 49 years old & was diagnosed with Atrial Fibrillation in his early 40's.Second priority - alleviate symptoms that he does not mention.If he is bothered by the atrial fibrillation it may be worthwhile a trial of dofetilide (which is not contraindicated with compensated cirrhosis).Therefore, the goal of atrial fibrillation is to minimize, rather than eliminate the occurrence of atrial fibrillation as much as possible to a point that is satisfactory to the patient.