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"It was the first time I had heard those two words - atrial fibrillation!"
If you, or someone close to you, have recently been diagnosed with atrial fibrillation (AF), it may be the first time that you have heard about the condition. Although it is relatively common, it is not a condition that we hear talked about every day, or mentioned in the newspapers or TV. So, understandably, if you have just found out that you have AF, you may have lots of questions about your condition, treatment and what impact it might have on your life now, and in the future. The AF site has been developed to help answer your
questions and to support you, and your loved ones, to positively manage AF on a daily basis.
This site will help you:
- Understand your AF, symptoms, triggers and treatment plan
- Develop skills and tactics to overcome the challenges you might face with AF
- Make the most of the support available to you.
So, that you can take control of your AF, reduce your risk of having a stroke and have confidence to get on with living your life.