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Should I be worried about a parvovirus infection?
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Dr. Thad Woodard
Pediatrics
3 doctors agree
In brief: No
In general this infection, causing fifth's disease, in children is mild and is uncommon in adults but can cause complications in pregnant women, people with sickle cell anemia or immune deficiency.

In brief: No
In general this infection, causing fifth's disease, in children is mild and is uncommon in adults but can cause complications in pregnant women, people with sickle cell anemia or immune deficiency.
Dr. Thad Woodard
Dr. Thad Woodard
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Dr. Marion Dunn
Psychiatry
In brief: Parovirus problem
I am not aware of how to manage this condition.
However, please see your family doctor as soon as possible to prevent further consequences.

In brief: Parovirus problem
I am not aware of how to manage this condition.
However, please see your family doctor as soon as possible to prevent further consequences.
Dr. Marion Dunn
Dr. Marion Dunn
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