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Extreme fatigue after ablation
Various cardiac procedures can be complicated by a perforation and/or leakage of blood into the space around your heart that causes all sorts of dangerous symptoms. They include:
I am very concerned about your complaints. You cannot wait for that appointment. Your symptoms are consistent with a collection of fluid around your heart (your pericardium), called pericardial effusion), causing "tamponade", or a persistent pleural effusion (fluid around your lungs).
You need a cardiac echo ASAP.
Hope this helps,
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