I had it, the abalation, I had the Supraventricular tachycardia.
I was asked to eat or drink nothing by 8 pm the previous night. The next morning I was sent to a room, I saw my doctor, the anesthesiologist, the nurses. They put me on a table, I was undressed, covered with cloth. They put me on IV, but I was awake all the time.
So they disinfect the skin in my groin area, apply anesthetic on the skin. Then they made a small cut, I sensed they were doing something, but there wasn't pain. So they insert a tube into the blood vessel, artery or vein, I don't remember. They can see the tube moving in the blood vessel because there's an X-ray machine always on. It's no pain when the tube moves, but it felt piercing when the tube entered the heart. Then my heart couldn't stop beating, I went to 150 bpm so they gave me medicine. The med worked really fast, guess it's directly injected into the heart, that's why. Then they use the electricity to stimulate the heart. That felt painful, like big punches directly to the heart. They did a few times, until my heart beat until 230 bpm. The doctor said that's it. Then they burned it, the nerve, or whatever. After that they remove the tube and put heavy bag on top of the cut to stop the blood.
I was sent to ICU. A few hours later I had severe vomitting. Jesus, like my organ was gonna come out. They gave me a shot. I fell asleep. The next morning I woke up fine, had some foods, and was sent to my ward. I went home in two days.