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Old 12-01-2009, 02:46 PM   #26
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Not necessarily - more often it's seen at the outlying ends of flu season.
The data suggests that pandemic flu more active outside of flu season.
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Exacty what Sue said..,
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Old 12-01-2009, 03:32 PM   #28
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Exacty what Sue said..,
This pandemic strain began last spring and has been active continuously ever since. Are you predicting that it will end with the end of this flu season or will it remain active into next flu season. If you say the latter...then you admit that you are wrong.
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This pandemic strain began last spring and has been active continuously ever since. Are you predicting that it will end with the end of this flu season or will it remain active into next flu season. If you say the latter...then you admit that you are wrong.
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Dude, aren't the WAVES obvious in the chart you yourself posted???

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Old 12-23-2009, 12:14 AM   #31
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Default My mother was diagnosed with h1n1 and mrsa

I found this forum after doing a search on MRSA and H1N1. My mother is 48 with asthma. She ended up with H1N1 almost 2 weeks ago and I took her to the ER a few times until they finally admitted her. It turns out she has Pneumonia. Actually she has two types of pneumonia, one is i guess the normal basic pneumonia and the second is caused by mrsa. She's on a ventilator in ICU and we're hoping they caught it all in time. She's been in the hospital for a week now. Has anyone seen any positive outcomes? Im still being optimistic.
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Yes, there have been. It's a scary, scary time with so much going wrong at once. What you seem to be saying is she has pneumonia with two different pathogens involved - MRSA & another... on top of H1N1.

There have been reports of people with very complicated situations surviving & probably a good many more where the story simply was not reported because the families preferred privacy.

Asthma is certainly an added complication. If your mom's in ICU, you know they're monitoring her critical functions like hawks.

Hoping she does well & I'll be thinking about her...
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