(CTN News) – During the winter months, people are more likely to suffer from lung diseases such as this one. Most RSV cases occur in older adults and children.
It is similar to the flu and COVID in the way it affects the body. The symptoms can be confusing, especially this time of year, since they are very similar to flu symptoms. According to Dr. Suman Shekar, Symptoms include fever, cold, chills, myalgia, breathing difficulties, and myalgia.
Over the past few years, these groups have experienced an increase in the number of cases in Kentucky.
There is a tendency for RSV levels to go up in the winter months due to the fact that it is spreading like most cold and flu viruses this year, too.
During the summer of 2016, UK HealthCare observed a kind of normal pattern in the number of RSVs, which is one where the peak occurs in the early fall/winter period and ends in the early spring months, according to Dr. Nicholas Van Sickels with UK HealthCare.
Not only can RSV be transmitted from one person to another, but there are several ways in which it can be transmitted.
In my opinion, one of the most fascinating things about RSV, and something I find intriguing about it, is that it is transmitted from one person to another and can live on non-living objects for up to ten days, according to Dr. Shekar. “A doorknob or a tablettop can be alive for ten days at a time,” she said.
As far as Dr. Van Sickels is concerned, if you do happen to catch this virus, you shouldn’t have any need to be worried if you do.
As a general rule, most people are able to cope with this situation quite well. The fact that you have a cold can make you cough for a long time and it can also make you feel very miserable as well.
There is no reason why you should assume that you will not be able to have a good outcome just because you are over 60, it is important to realize that.
Our goal is to make sure that the most vulnerable people are protected as much as possible so that they can live a normal life.
If you do come down with it, I would suggest that you watch out for any signs that it is getting worse if it is coming on. In his opinion, if you notice any signs of infection, you should keep an eye out for them as soon as you notice them.