When you receive an arrhythmia diagnosis and need treatment, you and your doctor will discuss what treatment option is best for your specific condition. In general, your doctor will try to find the least invasive treatment that controls your arrhythmia. He or she will then base the treatment decision on the kind of irregular heartbeats you are experiencing, the symptoms you show and the seriousness of your arrhythmia.
Whether you are starting medication, getting a pacemaker or ICD, or receiving a heart ablation procedure, you are taking a major step toward feeling better.
Learn more about getting treatment.
RECOVERING AFTER THE PROCEDURE
Whether you are getting a pacemaker, ICD or cardiac ablation, you are taking a major step toward feeling better. As you recover, taking care of your body and mental health is important. Your recovery time and experience will depend on the kind and extent of your procedure, your general health and any complications.
Learn more about common after-effects of surgery, things to watch out for, and doctor communication while you are recovering after your procedure.
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