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Test Positive Rubella Treated Vaccine
No: A vaccine can only prevent, not treat, rubella. However, a "positive test" usually just indicates that one is already immune, either due to prior infection, or more commonly, prior vaccination. Fortunately, rubella is rare in the developed world due to near-universal vaccination of infants. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rubella is generally a benign communicable exanthematous disease. The major complication of rubella is its teratogenic effects when pregnant women contract the disease, especially in the early weeks of gestation. Because of the successful immunization program in the US since 1969, rubella infection and congenital rubella syndrome ...Read more
I had a rubella IgG test which was a 5, after that i had an r-vac vaccine, now the IgG count is 181.6. Is this good?
I had miscarriage 2 times, rubella was positive. Doctor has given rubella vaccine. Is it really required? Will it halm to body/create problem ?
Were you actively : Infected with rubella while pregnant or were you non-immune? Congenital rubella causes intellectual disability & autism, not the vaccine. Start 400 ?g of Folic Acid daily now, so your folate (folic acid) levels will be normal at time of conception & be tested for mthfr gene variants. If you had 2 1st-trimester ab's, seek pre-pregnancy genetic testing & counselling to assess risk for other possible issues. ...Read more
Hi doctor i'm 21 year old, i did my igG antibodies test for measles,mumps and rubella but results were -ve, should i consider taking MMR vaccine?
MMR at 1 and 4 years: The MMR shot (or measles, mumps and rubella shot) is indicated as a two dose series, given at least months apart after the age of 1 yo. Standard is that its given after 1 yo and then again at 4 yo. Adults can receive it anytime if previously unvaccinated or proven non-immune. The m, m and r components no longer come as separate shots at all, and must be given together as mmr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Two Doses: The vaccine comes as combined MMR now w/ the rubella portion (german measles mixed w/ mumps & measles) in 1989, young people in the usa, began getting 2 doses of MMR after increased outbreaks erupted on single dose regimen. Single dosing not protective enough. Those born before 1956 may have natural immunity. If born between 1957-1970's, you may have had only the single series & be at risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Years: Most vaccine immunity lasts for 10-20 years. They immunity wanes over time. For some this will create a susceptibilty. The body has a remembering response (anamnestic) and for many when immunity wanes and the person is exposed to the illness then the anamnestic response will lead to a healthy immune response.Others may get the illness. Susceptibility can be reduced with a healthy lifestyle. ...Read more
Depends: In the past decade we have seen much fear mongering about vaccines and many avoiding them for themselves and their kids. Preventable diseases that were declining are returning in clusters around the country. Rubella is not a specifically harsh disease to adult or older kid.However, if you have it in pregnancy, baby can abort or become deaf, mute and blind. ...Read more
Latin word for cow, vacca, because of the smallpox/cowpox work of edward jenner, vaccination is the administration of a substance, live organism or otherwise, that stimulates the immune response to prevent a specific disease. Primarily a preventative procedure, some vaccines can ...Read more
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