My child recently had the flu and two weeks later developed a bad case of croup. Is it the same virus lingering or is it something new?
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I had flu-like symptoms right before I found out I was pregnant. Did I actually have the flu or is this a common phenomenon at the onset of pregnancy?
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If you have a productive cough, you might have bronchitis, which is inflammation and mucus buildup in larger airways.
A mother is concerned because her daughter has recently had a fever and a rash. She thinks her daughter had roseola and is concerned that she could spread it when she returns to school. She wants to know if roseola is contagious, and if so, how she can...