RE: RSV exposure during pregnancy?
My one year old is finishing a long bout of RSV. Basically his ped. said that for most people it is simply a "cold-type" illness. It lasts a long time and the big problem, especially for babies, is that it produces thick sticky mucus, making it hard for them to breathe. That is why it is particularly dangerous for premature babies and newborns. He told us that you basically feel like crud for a while and eventually get better. I wouldn't think it would be any different for you than having a "regular" cold. I hope everyone is feeling better soon!!
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