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My palpitations have changed follow up
An ablation is not an easy way out and requires careful selection and treatment by someone experienced: a cardiologist, specialized in cardiac electro-physiology (EP). Often, other medications and lifestyle modifications are successful as well.
I just got an email from someone who got rid of his palpitations with magnesium and Co-Q10 supplements (read the comments):
Depending on where you live you may want to look into this link for top US hospitals nearby, such as the Cleveland/Mayo Clinics:
Hope this helps,
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