I am new to the world of afib, having been diagnosed just yesterday. I've been reading some statistics about women and afib which aren't too encouraging. Are we able to live normal lifespans? Why is the outcome for women seemingly not as good as for men? Is it because we aren't treated as aggressively for this condition, or is it something else? -Just curious.
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