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One of our worst fears is our baby getting sick. It’s even worse when we don’t know what the illness is. The respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, is an upper respiratory tract virus.
RSV is a similar to a common cold, which means it has similar indicators. Some symptoms of RSV include the following:
- Runny nose
- Loss of appetite
- Difficulty breathing
This illness has a contagious period of about a week. Some people are susceptible to more infections during the course of this illness, especially in the ears. RSV can also develop into bronchiolitis, which is a lower respiratory infection.
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