The narrowing of the pulmonary valve or atresia, causing the valve not to form to its correct anatomical size which is called Pulmonary Stenosis. Adults can have the condition due to another illness, but mostly, pulmonary valve stenosis develops before birth as a congenital heart defect. Signs and symptoms of pulmonary stenosis can include heart murmur, chest pain, loss of breath, fainting and fatigue. The severity of the condition will dictate treatment. Mild or moderate stenosis will need regular check-ups with a doctor as well as medications for blood pressure management. If it is more severe, either Balloon Valvuloplasty to open the valve or open heart surgery will be required.