I was in hospital having my second catheter ablation on Monday.
Hopefully the procedure works this time, and will fix the terrible arrhythmias I've been having over the past couple of years.
Having already undergone the same procedure in March, I knew what to expect this time around.
I rocked up to the hospital, got lost (again) trying to find the right room, and changed into my hospital gown. I got fitted with the various electrodes, had a cannula put into my arm, and was wheeled into the catheter lab where I was put under general anaesthetic.
When I woke up again, it was all over. I was taken into my hospital room to recover and, as the anaesthetic worked its way out of the system, I began to feel better and better.
On Tuesday, I got to go home.
Nathan has made me promise to take it easy over the next week. The last time, I did too much too soon and that probably contributed to my gout flare up. I've learnt my lesson. I'm at home in my pjs with the dog watching TV. I'm trying not to attend to too much work stuff.
I won't know if the operation has been successful until a few weeks have passed.
I'm keeping my fingers and toes crossed.