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How to talk to your baby's doctor

In the first years of life, your child faces many challenges, including the risk of RSV disease, but there are ways you can help. Talking to your pediatrician is the first step in finding out if your child is at risk for RSV disease. These questions can help you get the conversation started. Additionally, you can add your own questions to the list. These will appear purple both here and on the version you print.

  • Is my baby at high risk of developing severe RSV disease?
  • What can I do to help prevent severe RSV disease if my baby is at high risk?
  • What are the symptoms of RSV disease?
  • What can I do to help prevent the spread of RSV?
Please note, only the first 4 questions were provided by MedImmune.
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Questions to take with you to your doctor's office

  • Is my baby at high risk of developing severe RSV disease?
  • What can I do to help prevent severe RSV disease if my baby is at high risk?
  • What are the symptoms of RSV disease?
  • What can I do to help prevent the spread of RSV?

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