A 42-year-old female asked:
My daughter is 11 and had her mmr immunizations. she was diagnosed with chickenpox on 11 august 2016, german measles on 19 september 2017 and now 11 september 2018 she has a rash again, not yet diagnosed. can it be a children's disease again?
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Pediatrics 48 years experience
Possibly: Studies show that MMR in a single dose is effective in protecting 80% with a second dose, usually given here at 4-5 bring that protection up to 95%. MMR does not protect against chickenpox, although a vaccine is available. Rashes are common to many viral illnesses, not just the ones in the vaccine. If there are many unimmunized kids in the region the chances of getting such CHD increases.
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