Say you get the flu. You get a terrible case and you get over it.
I get the flu, I get a terrible case. Then I get pneumonia (as I frequently do) then I go on antibiotics. There is only so many times you can go on antibiotics for a secondary infection before they run out of types to give you and they no longer work.
Maybe you are not as experienced with secondary infections as I am, but all of my kids have reactions to viral infections and end up with secondary ones. I am definitely concerned about this flu. Every flu season I deal with this, but now it will be all year. So stop telling me not to worry. And despite my worry, I am not panicing.
Asked by Anonymous at 6:36 AM on May. 16, 2009 in Health
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