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My AFIB Story, and How I Got My Life Back

In 2012, I was diagnosed with AFIB. Logging nearly 100 miles per week on my bicycle, I lived a healthy lifestyle, and I never thought i would suffer from heart problems. But after suffering from extreme fatigue, I visited my primary doctor, and I was diagnosed with AFIB. The diagnosis came as a big surprise to me.
Dr. Saumil Oza at St. Vincent's in Jacksonville discussed multiple treatment options with me, but we decided on a procedure called catheter ablation. With up to an 80 percent success rate, cardiac ablation was the best option for my situation.  
The procedure was a success and today, I am back on my bicycle, and no longer suffer from AFIB. I cannot thank Dr. Oza, St. Vincents, and Biosense Webster enough for giving me my life back, and taking the time to answer all of my questions about cardiac ablation.

http://www.myfastheartbeatjax.com/ is a great way to learn more about cardiac ablation and AFIB, and read more stories like mine.

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