A 11-year-old with history of mitral valve replacement presented with low-grade fever, breathlessness and multiple episodes of haemoptysis for 2 days. Detailed echocardiographic evaluation revealed possible prosthetic valve thrombosis, which was confirmed by fluoroscopy. She was thrombolysed with low dose infusion of tenecteplase. Post thrombolysis her symptoms improved, valve mobility was restored, and haemoptysis subsided. Left sided prosthetic valve thrombosis presenting predominantly with haemoptysis is very rare.