I have Bradycardia and have lived with afib for more than a decade. So far, I've had two ablations and two cardioversions, the latest about three years ago. I'm now in afib again, and all I know at this point is that my PM is prompting the ventrical to beat. My current cardiologist (not an EB) concealed from me this fact when a remote download showed it.
I've no idea what my resting HR is, as we set my PM to prevent rates lower than that. When I check my Garmin, my overnight HR is flat on 45. My heart responds well to exercise, and I cycle about 3,000 miles a year.
I'd like another cardioversion, as I feel tired and have to force myself to get on my bike, Am I unreasonable to want another cardioversion when I'm doing "okay" without it? I've an appointment with an EB next week to talk about it.