|So the baby basically does have the chicken pox if she presents that rash post vaccination?
I'll let her know.
So if a doctor says the child is not contagious, does this follow suit with some doctors not knowing what is in the vaccines as well?lol
Yep. The chickenpox vax has a whole spectrum of viruses in there. Some are attenuated, and some aren't, and the virus isolated from the post-vax rash is "unattenuated" (wild). This is pretty recent (as in, just discovered a year or 2 ago) research, though. So most docs still don't know that.
|The doctor told her that because the child has no fever, she is not contagious but if she presents a fever, then she will be contagious. How confusing?
I'm not absolutely sure
, but I'm fairly confident the doc is just making that up.
|I just got more information from her.. She said the child had the vaccine mar. 21st and presented the rash april 10th. That would make it different, correct?
No, I don't think that would change anything. There's a lot of variation on how long different people "incubate" chickenpox.