I'm 37yo, 27 weeks pregnant with my first child. My husband and I just bought a house, and were cleaning out the kitchen cupboards in anticipation of moving in. I found a few small, hard, black rice/seed-looking things in the cabinets while cleaning, and not knowing what they were at first, I had touched one. I washed my hands, swept the particles out of the cabinets and the house, and then looked it up, and found that I handled and likely inhaled dried mouse dung. Furthermore, I found out that by sweeping the dung and causing the virus to become airborne, I put myself at risk for contracting LCMV. I had no idea this could be so serious. I am absolutely petrified that I have contracted LCMV, and that my baby will be born with severe vision and neurological defects. Even though we didn't spend the night in the house, I am still wheezing. I called the doctor this morning, and he completely dismissed me and told me that he never even heard of LCMV and felt that I was in no danger. Have I put myself at serious risk and seek another physician, or should I just not worry about it and hope the mice that may have left the dung aren't LCMV carriers?