RSV can be very dangerous for babies. RSV is often the cause of serious lung infections, pneumonia, and breathing difficulties in children under one year old. RSV is spread through close contact with infected people (such as living in the same household) or by touching contaminated surfaces. If your baby has symptoms of RSV it’s important to see your doctor right away!
What is RSV?
RSV is a respiratory virus that usually affects children, and can cause low-grade fever and cold symptoms. RSV is most common in the winter and spring months. RSV is highly contagious and easily introduced into your home via infected infants, adults, or pets.
Symptoms of RSV
RSV is a respiratory virus that infects your airways. It can also infect your baby’s airways, which can lead to serious health problems. Symptoms of RSV include wheezing, coughing, or shortness of breath, fever or chills, and nasal congestion or congestion of lungs.
RSV is a virus that causes cold-like symptoms or worse. It can be very dangerous for babies, especially under the age of 6 months since they are too young to be immunized. There are treatments available to help protect your loved ones from RSV. Some of these include giving frequent fluids, using a humidifier, ensuring your baby gets enough rest, and using saline nose drops or a nasal aspirator if needed.
Protecting My Baby from RSV
RSV is a common respiratory virus that causes mild to severe illness and can be fatal. The most common symptoms of RSV are: fever, runny nose, cough and wheezing. RSV can also lead to pneumonia and bronchiolitis.