Harvard Heart Letter

What it means when your doctor says…"You have atrial fibrillation"

Atrial fibrillation is an irregular heartbeat that may also be fast. Medications can be used to control the heart rate, regulate the rhythm, stop uncomfortable symptoms, and prevent a blood clot that may cause a stroke.

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