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Non controversial advice about mmr please

(8 Posts)
hercules Mon 24-Jan-05 18:20:58

DD is due to have her mmr at 16 months but had German Measles a few months ago.

Should that affect our decision in anyway?

We are pro vaccines btw.

Jimjams Mon 24-Jan-05 18:22:43

if your pro jabs - and not worried about any of the other MMR issues then nope shouldn't affect your decision at all

hercules Mon 24-Jan-05 18:23:25

Thanks jimjams.

WigWamBam Mon 24-Jan-05 18:25:10

Current NHS advice is that any immunisation that is part of the routine schedule should still be given, even if the person has had the illness (from Childhood Immunisation: The Facts). Have a word with your GP or HV if you're unsure.

Caligula Mon 24-Jan-05 18:29:41

Is there such a thing, Hercules?

Twiglett Mon 24-Jan-05 18:31:05

boo hiss .. dull thread ... you oughta be ashamed

happymerryberries Mon 24-Jan-05 18:33:26

Blimey, you are asking a bit Hercules!

pixiefish Mon 24-Jan-05 19:05:40

hmb and jimjams- ta for the info on teh other thread- (have posted here cos I didn't want to restart wheresmyfroggy's thread as he doesn't want it to carry on)

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