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... It sounds like your side effects are due to you being allergic to one or more ingredients in the vaccine. Your doctor should make a note of this. The MMR vaccine is a LIVE vaccine and some fever and soreness at the injection site are normal but what you describe is beyond that. ... (3 replies)
... I had MMR 5 days ago and the day after which,I developed fever. Up to now, the 5th day, I am having febrile episodes. Most annoying among the side effects is the joint pains I feel! I also developed some cough, colds,muscle aches and even had itchy soles and palms 2 days ago. ... (3 replies)
... The MMR vaccine is a LIVE VIRUS vaccine and it is not unusual for some mild side effects to occur. You are actually getting an attenuated live measles, mumps and rubella virus so it may give you mild symptoms of the disease. ... (1 replies)

MMR Vaccine
Jul 15, 2006
... My daughter just got the MMR at 12 Months along with her Hib shot and a Hep A vaccination. We waiting until the 18 month visit to give her the Chicken Pox and her forth Tetanus shot. ... (5 replies)
... Make sure they report your side effects. You can always opt for vaccine exemptions, no one can make you get vaccines for school. ... (2 replies)
... I waited to have my daughter immunized with the MMR until she was 4. ... (3 replies)
... Make sure you get seen, this is a vaccine reaction, and should be reported to VAERS. I hope you are feeling better soon. ... (3 replies)
Split up MMR?
Sep 22, 2007
... MMR vaccine but separate vaccines are available, thus the need to request it in advance so they can be ordered. ... (5 replies)
... MMR is a new vaccine and intended to reduce the number of shots a child gets since the two are usually given at the same time. Separate vaccines are still available. ... (4 replies)
... The MMR shot is generally administered under the skin on the outside of the upper arm. Caution should be taken to avoid hitting a vein or muscle. ... (4 replies)
... I do not vaccinate my children. If I were you I definitely wouldn't give her even a single vaccine ever again. I haven't had bad luck with peds telling me they wouldn't accept my kids as a patient but have been made to feel pressured. ... (2 replies)
... from then on. For some reason, the tetanus shot does leave your arm sore more so than other vaccinations such as Hep A,B,flu or polio. I understand the new HPV vaccine will also leave you with a sore arm and in some cases, a slight fever....and if you're tense, you'll hurt a whole lot more. ... (5 replies)
... Before the mumps vaccine was introduced, mumps was a major cause of deafness in children, occurring in approximately 1 in 20,000 reported cases. Mumps is usually a mild viral disease. ... (63 replies)
Rubella vac.
Dec 20, 2005
... years after getting the MMR vaccine as an adult. It's one of the side effects and is mentioned in the insert paper. ... (7 replies)
... and comparing it to the date of the MMR injection. The study does not show causation. Second, 12 patients is an extremely small sample. ... (15 replies)


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