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Where Can I Get Proof Of My Mmr From
Not sure: You should have an immunization record validating your claims for the above vaccinations. I assume you don't have it, if you are asking. Certain states have a registry that records vaccinations administered in that state, so contacting your primary care provider or a local health department might be helpful. If there is no way to obtain this information as described, i'd advise getting those shots. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
MMR vaccine: If you need proof that you have had the vaccine - you can alway get blood tests that measure the titers for measles, mumps and rubella. Titers means the antibody levels in the blood. A high titer will mean that you have been vaccinated and that you have an immunity to the disease. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
As soon as possible: There have already been clusters of Measles cases around Houston, in Ohio and other locals.These have been traced to international travelers who brought it to the country, and passed secondarily to unimmunized or partially immunized kids.It is a potentially deadly disease. ...Read more
Should not be: But may not be needed.Get a more detailed answer ›
Sad for your kid: You took a myth created as fraudulent research by dr wakefield (who lost his license because of the fraud) and now leave your child susceptible to an illness that can kill him.We are now finding genetic errors in kids with autism that are present at conception.There is no link to the mmr, although their are many that continue to push the idea. It is sad that parents are caught up in this battle. ...Read more
Can give early: You can give the measles shot portion of the MMR as young as 6 months if there is a high risk of the disease. See your doctor or health department. Your doctor may not carry just the measles shot. The child would still need the MMR at 1 year of age and a booster at 4-6 years. ...Read more
Read article today saying courts have confirmed MMR and autism link. My son is getting ready to get his 1 year shots! what do I do? Help!
There is no link: There has not been a study that has passed muster with the medical comminity that has linked MMR or any other immunization with the develoopment of Autism. At best it an urban myth. those who claim a link are preying on families desterate to find a cuase of their child's autism. do not fear having your child immunized. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Headed to California in 2 days with my 2yr and 4yr olds. They haven't received MMR yet. Going to a family get together. Should I be worried?
Vaccinations mmr: Children can receive MMR vaccines usually at their 12 or 15 month visit and a booster between the ages of 4 and 6. Their is a huge outbreak of measles at Disneyland recently. These are very serious diseases that are readily preventable with vaccination, usually with no or very mild side effects and NO relation to autism ...Read more
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