I would be really careful my daughter was a preemie and as soon as we got home she ended up back in the hospital with rsv because this is the time of year its out. And because she was so small she almost died and ended up in a childrens hospital for 5 weeks. It was horrible. So if you do go out I'd make sure to keep them covered and if people are going to see them Make them wash and don't let sick people over
If your going to apts and stuff just tell me u have a premature infant and would like to be seated away from so many people. Try and only take him out when it's really necessary make sure he's dressed weather appropriate and try not to stay out to long. As another you can never be to over protected their little systems work hard ifbtheyvgetsick to prevent and fight off infection.
That's so scary!!!!!! I didn't even know what RSV was until I read forums about preemies going out. Now I'm freaking out!!! My son was born early and he always breathes fast then slow. He's working on regulating his breathing so I can't tell if that's his normal breathing or not. A lot of the symptoms are stuff that he does normally so it's extra scary. In Hawaii the rsv season is November to April and he was born November 14. Now I don't want to take him anywhere.