... with the pregnancy or should I terminate it
wow first off ((((((((((((((((((hugs))))))))))))))))) congradulations!!! was it a planned pregnancy? anyways i would seriously call my primary or especially your OBGYN!! u dont want to take any chances hon ya know!! i want another child really badly but my hubbyu wont let me have another one he says a baby right now would really hurt our finances i understand what he means and i dont know if i could carry since i carry large on my back i have arthrtis and 2 degenerated bulging disc and also pinches nerves. I am going to be 40 bvut my friend just had a baby and she is 45. sorry ia m brambling i just want to be pregnant so bad. i want my son to have a sibling so when we are gone he isnt alone even though he will have his cousins i am nervous for him. he is a great kid.
anyways congrats again and i will have u ibn my prayers thaT everything is ok,i wish i could be of more help but with any med u should contact a doc when preganant and such especially your OBGYN is u dont have one hone get one soon ok u need the vitamins too and if u are over 40 they make u get all kinds of test to make sure the baby is progressing ok and nothiong is wrong with him or her so u find out early/
lol sis janymak
Hi cutie_hema and Jan,
Your baby and you should be just fine! I checked out ivillage.com on this issue, and read that if you had your Rubella shot one month before becoming pregnant all should be fine. You may want to check out that site as well.
Congratulations on your wee one!!!
The vaccine is a live attenuated virus vaccine. So it is not the same as getting the real virus.
In a 10-year survey involving over 700 pregnant women who received rubella vaccine within 3 months before or after conception, (of whom 189 received the Wistar RA 27/3 strain) none of the newborns had abnormalities compatible with congenital rubella syndrome. Nonetheless women should be counseled to avoid becoming pregnant for 28 days after exposure to rubella-containing vaccines.
I think you and the baby should be fine. Always best to contact an OB doctor and get started on proper prenatal care.
How did everyone else go?
In the same boat 2mnths ago I had my rubella and my GP and OB said no issue at all.
Still anxious but only other site I found was a WA health site;
Pregnant women and MMR vaccine
To prevent any possible harm to your baby, you shouldn’t have an MMR vaccination if you are thinking of becoming pregnant. You should also wait 2 months after having MMR vaccination before becoming pregnant.
Should you discover you are pregnant after having MMR vaccination, discuss with your doctor. There are no known cases of the vaccine harming the developing baby, but doctors generally try not to give any live vaccines or medications during pregnancy. Having MMR vaccination in early pregnancy is not a reason to terminate a pregnancy (have an abortion).
Hi every one!
I was mistakenly given MMR shot and after two weeks I found I was pregnant.I had MMR on 22 July and I think I conceived on 24 July. I am so worried and anxious and not sure to continue the pregnancy or not. Now I am in 11 weeks. Is there anyone with this similar experience? Please help me:(((((((
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