He also normally plays baseball every year; however, this year he said he just can't do it because of the pain in his knees (legs) and back.
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The last echo we had done, his cardiologist stated we really need to follow him closely during growth spurts, but when I call to see if he should be seen sooner due to how much he's grown, they said to just wait for next scheduled appt. Mind you, his regular cardiologist has retired. He is also experiencing more chest tightness with activity
My son is now 13 and we have been monitoring this health problem (Bicuspid aortic valve) since about 4 tears of age. We were told by his cardiologist that we would need to start having echo’s done every six months when he reached high school, because this is when boys tend to grow quite a bit; however, my son has grown about 4 inches in 6 months. He is growing so rapidly that he now has Osgood Schlatters Disease. Is anyone familiar with these and if so please let me know your experiences please.