Nasonex - what are my chances of getting chicken poxs or measles from taking this drug?

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15 Apr 2012

Nasonex does not increase the risk of you getting chicken pox or measles.

If you haven't been vaccinated against these diseases then it if you come into contact with anyone carrying these then you will get chicken pox or measles.

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