This is part of a sponsored collaboration with MedImmune and Latina Mom Bloggers. However, all opinions expressed are my own.
First and foremost you'd like to know what RSV is right?
You'd think that all parents should be aware of something that can be so dangerous to their baby... WRONG! RSV can also be associated as the "Baby FLU," practically everyone in the US is aware of the FLU Season, why not the RSV Season?
You may be asking, well how do I know if my baby may be suffering from this Virus? Here is a list of symptoms you should look out for:
There is no treatment for RSV disease once it’s contracted, so prevention is critical. To help minimize the spread of RSV disease, all parents should:
If you haven't noticed your baby having any of these symptoms recently, GOOD. Let's keep it that way by protecting them in every way possible. This Virus is highly contagious like any other "FLU" so being extra sanitary during this season is a must. There is no treatment for RSV disease once it’s contracted, so prevention is critical. To help minimize the spread of RSV disease, all parents should:
Take a look at this Fact Sheet below to have a figurative idea of what I'm talking about!
Speak to your child’s pediatrician to determine if your baby is at high risk for RSV disease, and if so, what additional steps may be recommended. For more information about RSV and prevention, visit RSVprotection.com.
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