He will use the laser on her which will possibly make her recovery a little easier (he doesn't know her very well, lol) BUT it increases her chances of a re-bleed from 1% up to a 3%. I know these small chances mean nothing to some people but we take them very seriously because in the past, with the other child, we typically fall in those small percentages. He will also have her tested for the Angioedema we had Gage tested for. (Read here about the blood disease that runs in my family). So we wait about six weeks or so and let her enjoy her swimming (no swimming for 2 weeks after) and the big chunk of her summer before she goes in.
I so dread this. She's way more dramatic