We gave birth of two one month ago and got a new night nanny suggested by a friend.
She said was sick with throat infection and doctor gave antibiotics and she is already taking it for 5 days. She said she is 100% risk free for the babies. We got stressed about that.
After how many days of antibiotics are you no longer contagious? And if is/was a flu/cold?
We are afraid for the babies.
Yes, I think you should ask the doctor. I feel like they are good to go if they have just something treated with antibiotic---- two days into it. But if it is secondary to a virus, then longer is better. Preschools usually say that they want kids to be done with their antibiotics but that is not realistic for 'real' school (kindergarten on). good luck
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