Hi everyone, I just wondered if there's anyone out there in a similar situation to me. I'm currently 21 weeks pregnant and there is a slapped cheek (parvovirus) outbreak at my school (including serval cases in my class). This is very very dangerous to unborn babies. When I heard about this my booking bloods were checked and I was found to not be immune. I then had more bloods done and was told to stay off work while I waited for results. It was an agonising wait and I pretty much cried and worried for an entire week. Results then came back that I hadn't contracted it. HOWEVER, I was told by a midwife that it may have been too soon and I needed to retest in 4 weeks. She said in that time I should not be in school. I did check with school and there have been lots of new cases since I've been off. I then rang my gp who actually didn't know anything about slapped cheek and had to look it up on the internet. Anyway she's agreed to sign me off for 2 more weeks (one of which is half term anyway). This concerns me as how will I know slapped cheek has cleared up at school? I have no way of knowing if children have had it over half term? My gps reasoning was that I'll be around 24 weeks then and the risks go down. When I looked it up it says peak feotal loss is 17-24 weeks gestation so that doesn't actually make me feel better as there's still quite a risk. She also told me to liaise with my employers about when it's safe to return. Obviously they want me back asap and I don't was to be off unnecesssirly but I also want to be sure I won't get it and don't want to put my baby at risk. I checked with a different midwife and she reiterated that I couldn't be in contact with children until I was sure it was all clearer up as there are still risks to my baby. I worry that if I go back after half term and children have it I'll be back to square one and need my bloods testing again surely?! I wish there were straight guidelines for this as every professional seems to have a different opinion! Can anyone help me or offer advice? Do I speak to my gp again or should I get a 2nd opinion?