American standup comedian and actor Amy Schumer recently revealed that her three-year-old son, Jean, was hospitalized. “It was the hardest week of my life,” she wrote on Instagram, adding that her son “was taken to the ER and admitted to him”. rsvShouting out to all the parents who are going through this right now, she said, “My son is at home and is better.”
41 year old Revealed that she also missed out on her Thursday rehearsals saturday night live Because of son’s health. “I had to be with them all day in the hospital and the beautiful humans on @nbcsnl couldn’t be more supportive,” she wrote.
To know more about the situation, we got in touch with the experts. Know what he had to say:
According to Rajneesh Srivastava, Consultant, Respiratory Medicine, Medanta Hospital, Lucknow, “Respiratory syncytial (syn-sish-UHL) virus, or RSV, is a common respiratory virus that usually causes . mild, cold-like symptomsHe added that while most people recover in a week or two, RSV can be significant in infants and older adults.
“RSV could potentially be Causes a more serious infection, such as bronchiolitis (inflammation of the small airways in the lungs) and pneumonia (lung infection),” he explained.
Dr Srivastava shared that RSV can spread when:
*an infected person Cough or sneezes.
*You get virus droplets from cough or Sneeze in your eyes, nose or mouth.
*You have direct contact with the virus, such as kissing the face of a child with RSV.
*You touch a surface that has the virus on it, such as a door knob, and then touch your face first wash hands,
“Signs and symptoms of respiratory syncytial virus infection often occur four to six days after exposure to the virus. RSV usually causes mild cold-like symptoms,” shared the expert. These are:
,nasal congestion or runny nose
*low grade fever
Tips for preventing RSV spread
while there isn’t Vaccination Available to prevent RSV spread completely, Dr. Srivastava suggests lifestyle changes that can help reduce the spread of this infection.
If you have cold-like symptoms, you should:
*Wash your hands frequently Soap and water for at least 20 seconds
* Avoid close contact, such as kissing, shaking hands, and sharing cups and eating utensils with others.
Parents of children at high risk for developing severe RSV disease should:
*Avoid close contact with sick people.
*Wash their hands.
*Avoid touching their face with unwashed hands.
*Limit the time they spend in childcare centers or other potentially infectious settings during periods of high RSV activity.
* Wash your hands frequently, avoid exposure, keep things clean, don’t share drinking glasses, don’t smoke and wash toys regularly.
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