Handling Of Measles / Measles Around Pregnant Women?
yesterday my child (5 years old) was diagnosed with measles / measles, my position was 18 weeks pregnant, both of my children had already had an MR vaccine, so what should I do and consume it to maintain my womb?
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First of all, I want to confirm, have you received the measles vaccine before or have you been exposed to measles before? If you have been exposed to measles before, then your chance of getting measles 2 times is very, very small, almost impossible, if you have received measles vaccine before, your chances of getting measles are also quite small (the vaccine effectively prevents measles by up to 97%). You can discuss with your obstetrician for an examination of your immunity against measles. If indeed you do not have immunity against measles (you have never been exposed to measles or have not been vaccinated), and your child is really affected by measles, then your obstetrician can recommend giving immunoglobulins to prevent measles in yourself.
You should check with your obstetrician immediately and do not delay because if your child has measles, the virus is easily spread to people who have close contact with children. Nine out of ten people who do not have immunity against measles who have close contact with measles sufferers will get measles too. Therefore, you must do an inspection immediately.
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