Jimmie Allen: What I wish I had known before my daughter’s battle with RSV

At the time of Zara’s health crisis, Jimmie and Alexis, also parents of Noemie, said RSV was not as well known as it is today. As a result, it was more difficult to find answers to their questions about their daughter’s symptoms.

“If something goes wrong, I’m going to keep begging until we get what we need,” Jimmie said. “If I can’t get what I need from you, guess what? We can go see another doctor.” He recommends others do the same: “If you still feel uncomfortable and you know your child and he’s not acting like he normally does, see another doctor and keep seeing doctors. until you know you’re getting the answers you need to get your baby back healthy.”

Alexis added: “At that time I was still in this postpartum phase at six weeks and I also had a 2 year old and I was trying to navigate life and I thought I was overthinking. J I would call Jimmy for my support and I said, ‘Am I overthinking?’ He said, “No! Just find answers. “Honestly, without him and my instincts as a mom, I don’t know what would have happened.”


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