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... I recently got the MMR vaccine (35 days ago to be exact) and my doc gave me things to read that said not to get pregnant for 28 days after. Since I am trying to get pregnant I called my ob/gyn and she never really said too much but gave me the impression that I should wait at the very least for 3 months. Does anyone have any suggestions. The internet seems to link to many... (0 replies)
... viruses introduced by the MMR vaccine can be active in your system for up to 18 years. So if you are entering college, you may be 17...but ask yourself... ... (3 replies)
... If the rubella vaccine that she will be getting is the MMR II (measles-mumps-rubella) from MerckFrosst, this quote from the Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialties (CPS), 2005 (pp. 1271-73) may help: "Contraindications: ... Pregnancy: Do not give M-M-R II to pregnant females; the possible effects of the vaccine on fetal development are unknown at this time. If... (9 replies)

... Mumps 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. However, rare conditions such as swelling of the brain, nerves and spinal cord can lead to serious side effects such as paralysis, seizures, and fluid in the brain. Serious side... (63 replies)

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