Pregnancy and Measels?

Pregnancy and Measels? Topic: Case shot in throat
July 16, 2019 / By Delinda
Question: I have a daughter of 5 and half. I think she might have Measels. As she started to complain her eyes are hurting, flu symptoms and the rest. Sunday Morning we had breakfast with one of my friends who is now 4 Months Pregnant. She did get her shots as a Child. Is she in any risk? My daughter did start showing some symptoms but I just believed it was the cold that every one had. We did keep my daughter at some distance from her as I do not want her to get sick. If I had any idea that she might have measels, I would not have seen her at all, but what now??? And do you have any advice for me regarding my daughter, she did have her shots, not sure why she is getting. going to doc 1st thing in the morning.
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Bunny Bunny | 8 days ago
this would be a very rare case if she was properly vaccinated...so if she had her shots...you should be okay...just so you are aware hand, foot, and mouth disease is currently going around (sounds worse than it is) look for sores in the back of her throat....push alot of fluids....everything should be fine.....good luck to you :)
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Bunny Originally Answered: Primitive pregnancy tests: what kind of folk remedy-diagnostics tests were used to determine pregnancy?
The ancient Egyptians watered bags of wheat and barley with the urine of a possibly pregnant woman. Germination indicated pregnancy, and based on what type of grain sprouted they predicted the gender of the fetus. Hippocrates suggested that a woman who had missed her period should drink a solution of honey in water at bedtime. Resulting abdominal distention and cramps would indicate the presence of a pregnancy. Avicenna and many physicians after him in the Middle Ages performed uroscopy, a nonscientific method to evaluate urine. Selmar Aschheim and Bernhard Zondek introduced testing based on the presence of hCG in 1928.[7] In the Aschheim and Zondek test an infantile female mouse was injected subcutaneously with urine of the person to be tested, and some time later the mouse was killed and dissected. Presence of ovulation indicated that the urine contained hCG and meant that the person was pregnant. A similar test was developed using immature rabbits, the rabbit test. Here, too, it was necessary to kill the animal to check its ovaries. An improvement arrived with the frog test that was still used in the 1950s. A female frog was injected with serum or urine of the patient. If the frog produced eggs within the next 24 hours, the test was positive. In the frog test, the animal remained alive, and could be used again.
Bunny Originally Answered: Primitive pregnancy tests: what kind of folk remedy-diagnostics tests were used to determine pregnancy?
Some doctors offices don't even test urine, and others do. I'm sure the tests that they use they buy wholesale because they need to buy such a big supply of them. But if the box says that they are 99.9% accurate, I don't think it really matters. Even if they are sold for 99 cents. I think the differences in some of them are how early they can detect pregnancy(those cost more) and the digital ones(those cost way more!) Hope this helps =]
Bunny Originally Answered: Primitive pregnancy tests: what kind of folk remedy-diagnostics tests were used to determine pregnancy?
Hmm....well. They trusted their bodies. That's the great thing about life before technology. We didnt NEED diagnostic tests to confirm a pregnancy, we just trusted our bodies, like some women today do. Just like we trusted our bodies to give birth at home, instead of in a hospital hooked up to every machine possible. And I'll bet if we combined modern technology with a little more trust in our bodies, we could have much better outcomes through pregnancy and birth than we do. Using diagnostic testing, technology, and intervention where it is warranted (instead of in EVERY pregnancy) and trusting women's bodies to grow and give birth to their babies could change everything about the way the world looks at reproduction.

Alline Alline
you could't substitute right into a downs syndrome guy or woman, as between the solutions pronounced by potential of having the measles vaccination.. absurd... down syndrome is reason by potential of a chromosone abnormality (chromosone 21 i think).. there has been a link between autism and the measels vaccine whether this is refuted by potential of various of the scientific proffession.. I thik in case you have had your baby vaccinated yet dont beleive the vaccination can paintings then i dont comprehend why you acquire the baby vaccinated interior the 1st place.. measels isn't deadly in maximum situations inspite of the undeniable fact that a guy or woman who has it is going to not be in touch with any pregnant females nor could be everywhere the place there is shiny easy because it may reason creative and prescient issues.. i did not supply my baby the mmr through doubts of its effectiveness similar to the possibility.. if my baby substitute into vaccinated then i could could stand by potential of my determination and could deliver my baby to nursery.. in case you're uncertain go alongside with your intestine insinct and you may study any vaccines you for this reason supply your baby with the intention to not do some thing that has threat without there being any factor... stable success..
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Alline Originally Answered: Pregnancy from ra-pe is more likely than pregnancy from consensual se-x. did you know?
"Researchers in the Human Nature study, which examined evolutionary theories of human rape, focused on women of reproductive age who were victims of penile-vaginal rape and adjusted for the use of contraception. They calculated that a given instance of rape may actually be more likely to result in pregnancy than an instance of consensual sex. (They argue this may be the case from an evolutionary perspective, because rapists control their choice of victims, and may prefer women who are fertile and ovulating.)" http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/... but im sure that all you hack's personal opinion is right..no matter what the science says. Right?
Alline Originally Answered: Pregnancy from ra-pe is more likely than pregnancy from consensual se-x. did you know?
Strange then that only 1% of abortions are due to medical reasons or rape and that 99% of abortions are because the fetus is inconvenient .

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