I had a positive flu test on tues morning. the dr told me to take two days off of work and gave me relenza.
today, I went to work, but I don't feel much better. I also have a three year old with cardiac issues that has been staying with my mom because I really dont want her to catch it!
If I still feel sick, but have been taking the medicine since tues, is it ok to be at work and ok to bring my daughter back home?
what if I bring her home and wear a face mask? does that make a difference?
thats great you dont have swine. sorry you feel bad i would lay back and take it easy, yeah i also had the bronchitis/sinus and thats enought to take you down for a while so with flu on top of it must feel rotton. hope you feel better real soon. take care
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