medications like betablockers help to control it but you need to be seen by a cardiologist or dr to determine if this is right for you. you might qualify for an surgical ablasion. also if it is truly a-fib you must know the risks for blood clots
to the lungs or stroke
from a clot is present. the blood pools in the atria during the fibrillation
then when the heart corrects itself it pumps the pooled blood with possible clots to the rest of the body. please get checked out by a cardiologist. don't wait.