Dear mom2jik: Just curious ... did your daughter have RSV anytime during her life? To adults it's a bad cold, but to children under age 2, it can be very dangerous. When children are under age 2, they still haven't learned to blow their nose or cough effectively enough to clear thick secretions. Babies especially can run into serious problems when secretions are very thick. If a child has RSV, they will have a tendency to wheeze each time they get sick until they are older ... this does not mean they are getting much worse, just something that occurs until they are older and just to keep a close eye each time a cold occurs. Hope your daughter is better.