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More than 2 million people in the U.S. live with symptoms of atrial fibrillation, putting them at a higher risk for having a stroke. Dr. Daniel Morin, Ochsner Cardiologist, tells us more about atrial fibrillation, including the risk factors and symptoms. Some a-fib sufferers might not have any symptoms at all, but can still have atrial fibrillation. In Louisiana, approximately 40,000 people are affected.