For about six weeks I had about two A-Fib incidents a week. they have stopped and I haven't had any in one month. My cardiologist suggested I take Warfarin until after my appointment with the electro-physiologist. The electro-Dr. said that it take your heart to be in A-Fib for a long time to warrant Warfarin on a consistent basis. My question: Does his adivice sound right? I'm wondering if I can up my Heart Healthy Bayer. I am waiting for a call back from my cardiologist? Thank you.
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