Dear Dr Bob,
This is the kind of medical and neurological situation in which I prefer to avoid giving any further vaccines. Those who get an MMR usually will manage the disease better, if they even catch it. But for your situation, I wouldn't do it. The danger of measles is still very low. It would be useful to focus on trying to heal the gut issues - that is usually related to the neurological issues.
My question is: my child has just contracted chicken pox.
I had chicken pox as an adult and had it everywhere inside and out on my body. So am I a carrier and not able to go anywhere as my child has it and is contagious?
thank you for your reply
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