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Superventricular Tachycardia, palpitations and ablations
This is a rare complication but this sort of thing occasionally happens. Every procedure has the potential of a complication and those types of risks need to be weighed against the benefit - in your case a successful ablation.
Sadly, there is probably not much that can be done about the scar and numbness.
Hope this helps,
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