on March 26, 2015 10:27pm EST
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I read the comments from others about their AFib experiences and I find them interesting and I do not feel so alone. However, people keep saying they know when they are in fibrillization (sp) and all the feelings or physical difficulties that happen to them. I wore a heart monitor for a month and later the doctor told me that I had been fibrillating for 70% of the time!! I had no idea. The only way I know now that I am not fibrillating is if I take a pulse reading and the heart is beating slow and steady. I can only assume that all those pills I am now taking are working.?? Shirms@wi.rr.com