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...against measles, mumps and rubella

The vaccine is safe and effective. Possible undesirable effects after vaccination are usually rare and usually mild to moderate.

In some cases mild and brief pain, redness and/or swelling may occur at the site of injection. To ease the pain, apply ice or alcohol to the aching site.

Rarely, moderatefever, rash, mild infection of the upper respiratory tract or eye mucous, temporary diarrhoea may occur 6 to 14 days after vaccination. Lymph nodes of the head and neck may swell.
Very rarely, parotid and other salivary glands increase in size. Aching joints and neuritis may also occur. These effects usually pass in few days to one week. You may take medication against pain and fever.
Extremely rarely, mild inflammation of the meninges may occur up to one month after vaccination.

Vaccine components may cause allergic reactions.

In case of severe allergy you should immediately seek medical treatment.

Please inform us about possible side effects 
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Vaccination schedule:

The first dose at an elected date,  the second dose may be administered at least 4 weeks after the first dose.

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