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Learning about RSV can seem overwhelming, but it’s important to remember that you’re not alone. Here, you’ll find quick facts about the virus, how you can help protect your baby, and what you can expect if he/she becomes infected.
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What RSV infection looks like
Your doctor may ask that you seek immediate medical attention if your baby presents any of these symptoms, or if you have any concerns regarding his or her condition.
Help protect your baby from RSV
If your baby is considered to be at high risk for serious complications from an RSV infection, talk to your doctor. Ask what you can do to help protect your baby, and what steps you should take if he/she develops any symptoms.
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