איך וועל מיט דיהר קיינמאהל און ערגעץ נישט אהנקומען. קיין שום פאקטן וועט נישט טוישן דיין מיינוג. נאכאמאהל זאמד אין די אויגן. נישט קיין פאקטן. איך האב זיך דורכגערעדט מיט מיין דאקטאר און ער האט געזאגט עס צו נעמען. די איינציגסטע דאקטאר וואס איך קען וואס זאגט נישט צו נעמען איז עפעס א ניק דא אויף אייוועלט וואס טוט קעגן דעת תורה, און קעגן געזעץ. ער געט מעדיקעל עדווייס אהן א לייסענס.
The MMR vaccine is very safe and highly effective with few side effects. Mild reactions such as fever, redness, or swelling at the injection site have been reported. Adult women may infrequently have joint symptoms like pain and stiffness from the rubella part of the vaccine.
מיהר פארלייקענען נישט די פאקטן:
As with any medicine, there are very small risks that serious problems could occur after getting the vaccine. However, the potential risks associated with measles, mumps, and rubella are much greater than the potential risks associated with the vaccine. MMR vaccine should not be given to persons who are pregnant or severely immunosuppressed.
מער פון די CDC:
Q: Is mumps a serious disease?
A: Mumps can be serious, but most people with mumps recover completely in a few weeks. While infected with mumps, many people feel tired and achy, have a fever, and swollen salivary glands on the side of the face. Others may feel extremely ill and be unable to eat because of jaw pain, and a few will develop serious complications. Men and adolescent boys can develop pain or swelling in their testicles, which rarely results in sterility. Inflammation of the protective membranes covering the brain and spinal cord (meningitis) and loss of hearing can also occur, and in rare cases, this hearing loss can be permanent. The most serious complication is inflammation of the brain (encephalitis), which can lead to death or permanent disability.https://www.cdc.gov/mumps/outbreaks/out ... nt-qa.htmlMumps and the Vaccine (Shot) to Prevent It
The best way to protect against mumps is to get the measles-mumps-rubella shot (called the MMR shot). Doctors recommend that all children get the MMR shot.
Why should my child get the MMR shot?
The MMR shot:
Protects your child from mumps, a potentially serious disease, as well as measles and rubella.
Prevents your child from getting a fever and swollen glands under the ears or jaw from mumps.
Keeps your child from missing school or child care (and keeps you from missing work to care for your sick child).
Is the MMR shot safe?
Yes. The MMR shot is very safe, and it is effective at preventing mumps (as well as measles and rubella). Vaccines, like any medicine, can have side effects. But most children who get the MMR shot have no side effects.
What are the side effects?
Most children don’t have any side effects from the shot. The side effects that do occur are usually very mild, such as a fever, rash, soreness or swelling where the shot was given, or temporary pain and stiffness in the joints (mostly in teens and adults). More serious side effects are rare. These may include high fever that could cause a seizure.
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Is there a link between the MMR shot and autism?
No. Scientists in the United States and other countries have carefully studied the MMR shot. None has found a link between autism and the MMR shot.
Is it serious?
In most children, mumps is pretty mild. But it can cause serious, lasting problems, including:
Meningitis (swelling of the tissue covering the brain and spinal cord)
Deafness (temporary or permanent)
Encephalitis (swelling of the brain)
Orchitis (swelling of the testicles) in males who have reached puberty
Oophoritis (swelling of the ovaries) and/or mastitis (swelling of the breasts) in females who have reached puberty
In rare cases, mumps is deadly.https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/parents/di ... mumps.html