Thank you. On the echocardiogram, it says that my EF is 76%. That is too high. This is a sign of a type of heart disease. Also, the report at the top says everything is normal, but there are quite a few things outside normal. For instance, the IVSd is 12 (normal is 6 to 10). How is this not a problem? My symptoms that I believe are heart-related are light headed after climbing one flight of stairs. Stay that way and maybe have a bit of headache for five to ten seconds. I can do Stairmaster for 15 minutes and stationary bike for half an hour and hike all day with no problem. If I stop a vigorous exercise, I may feel lightheaded. I believe it is either my blood pressure. I have always had a little high blood pressure (135/87) until I lost 35 pounds in the last six months, and since then, my blood pressure has dips low sometimes (110/70 mmHg) or even down to (90/60 mmHg), and this is not enough pressure for me maybe. After a strenuous bike ride, it will drop below 90/60 mmHg for a little while. My heart rate does not go up like a normal person's. I am very out of breath, but I am doing a heavy workload (more than most others do), but my heart will not go past about 130. And then it does not recover very quickly (see HRR on stress test was only 6). It might be 8 when I measure it. My resting is 75 to 80 bpm since my ablation. It was 60 to 65 bpm before ablation. My heart used to go up to 135 bpm prior to ablation (and maybe prior to COVID time and gyms being closed). Can some of my troubles be related to the ablation and recovery. The cardiologist did not tell me anything about recovery and side effects. He does not tell me anything. I did take Rythmol for three weeks post-ablation but was taken off it due to apparent side effects. Dizzyness (that did not go away), double vision, multiple visual migraines (I still get three a week. I got 10 in the eight days post-ablation). I am somewhat out of breath sometimes, too that does not seem natural. Kindly give your opinion.