- Coughing or wheezing that doesn’t cease
- Fast breathing or gasping for breath
- Spread-out nostrils and/or a caved-in chest when attempting to breathe
- A bluish color around the mouth or fingernails
- A fever
- Difficulty eating
November 17th was RSV Prevention and World Prematurity Day, and I am so honored to be able to share this information with my readers about this subject.
While there is no treatment available for RSV, there are a few things you can do to prevent your child from catching the virus.
- Wash your hands, toys, bedding, and play areas as frequently as possible
- Ensure that you, your family, and any visitors in your home wash their hands or use hand sanitizer
- Avoid large crowds and people who may be sick
- Never let anyone smoke near your baby
I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of MedImmune and received a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.