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Measles

Also called: Morbilli, Rubeola

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Yes, but always check with your medical provider first.
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Hi found you this real nice answer on sharecare.com.Michael Roizen, MD, Internal Medicine, answered Allergic reactions to vaccinations can occur, but...
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Your unimmunized child is at risk for measles in ANY crowd, not just Disneyland or Disney World. She will likely be fine IF you do not allow anyone...
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Measles has nothing to do with shingles. If you truly had chicken pox (varicella; a herpes virus) as a child, you could, indeed, develop shingles...
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You should be okay, but to set your mind at ease ask you healthcare provider about getting a titer done.  It is a blood test that can check for...
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No, not necessarily. Actually, it is MUMPS, not measles, that has a predilection for causing problems in the gonads. Complications of measles...
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Hi what is below is from http://www.healthunit.org/immunization/factsheets/DCS%20VPD%20044%20MMRV%20FACT%20SHEET.pdf but as you can see its mumps...
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No vaccine is 100% effective. Unfortunately, it is possible for someone who is immunized to still get measles. Your child is as protected as any...
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No problem. Many times, a diagnosis of "measles" at age three may have been incorrect. Measles is relatively rare in the U.S., so unless...
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Many rashes look similar to measles, but a vaccinated child at age 12 months should not be contracting measles, unless there was a confirmed, direct...
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I have been in medicine for over 40 years and have never heard of the term "black measles", but there is a lay term for rubeola (the...
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Atypical measles occurs in people who received the killed measles vaccine (KMV; only used from 1963 until 1967) and who are exposed to wild-type...
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The only way to prevent measles is by receiving measles immunization: This is commonly given as a shot containing measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine...
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People who have been appropriately vaccinated (or who have had the disease) and who are exposed to a patient with measles do not need to do anything...
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Measles is a highly contagious viral disease that can kill you. Although an uncommon disease in the United States of America, in 2008, measles killed...
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