Hi, I just came from the pediatric cardiologist and he told us that my son has a mild case of Coarctation of the Aorta. To be honest we are a little upset and worried because the Dr told us to wait and come back a week later to see if it had progressed. He told us of the treatments that are out there and stated if need be a balloon angioplasty would be done. I have looked all over to see if there are any other forums or dicussion baords out there where other parents had reached out and told thier stories. Please write me back if you had this same condition and have some advice or a story. ThanksReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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