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Childhood Diseases

Question
Posted by: mommy | 2009/04/16

Q.

mumps

my son is 4yrs old and has mumps and i have a 8 month baby and i afraid that she might get infected, what are the odds of this
and how can i prevent this or treat it

Expert's Reply

A.

Paediatrician

Your baby is unlikely to develop mumps. If you had mumps as a child or have had the MMR you would have transferred resistence to mumps to your baby during the pregnancy. This should last in your baby to at least 9 months.

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/05/05

i'  ve got a 31 month baby girl she often develop I don'  t know whether is mumps or glands always I'  ve done HIV test when she was 21 months and they where negative so I need to know what to do please help.

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/05/05

i' ve got a 31 month baby girl she often develop I don' t know whether is mumps or glands always I' ve done HIV test when she was 21 months and they where negative so I need to know what to do please help.

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