New York mom whose baby struggled with RSV has urgent message for parents
A mom is issuing a star warning about sending your children to school sick after a recent respiratory syncytial virus outbreak left her children extremely ill and even saw them being hospitalized.
Carmen Bremiller, 27, from Barker, New York, begged parents to have caution when sending their sick kids to school as she has seen her daughters suffering from RSV for several weeks.
In an interview with Fox News Digital, the mom-of-five revealed that her children - Sophia, 10, Ashlynn, 6, Caroline, 4, Ava, 3, and Kinsley, 1 all came home with a cold in early September after they returned in-person schooling for the first time following the COVID-19 pandemic.
She added that she kept her children home for a one week until they were feeling better, but by October, her daughters began to experiencecold-like symptoms again.
The children were suffering from fevers, mucus, and loss of appetite.
'I called their doctor's office and talked to the nurse, wanting them to be seen, but was told they just had a cold and to treat it as such. So, that's what I did,' she added.
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