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This is a real incident that happened some 10 years ago. A friend refused to get her daughter vaccinated against the MMR vaccine (Mumps, measles, rubella) as she had read a media report on its inherent dangers. Soon after, her daughter contracted such a bad attack of measles that she had to be hospitalized for days and the doctors had to administer a tough regimen of strong medication. Though she recovered fully, the fact that she was not vaccinated against the disease in time shook up the family immensely.

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Vidhi Parikh Posted: Tuesday, June 25, 2013 3:53:49 PM(UTC)

Rota virus vaccine protects baby from dehydration in form of severe vomiting and diarrhea along with fever.

In certain cases diarrhea are so frequent that baby can even die due to dehydration.

Rota virus should be given in 3 doses 6, 10 and 14th week after birth.

You can download your baby's personalized vaccination chart with dates from:


vikas p kadam Posted: Tuesday, June 25, 2013 3:43:54 PM(UTC)
Nice Info....Just wanted to know the purpose behind Rota virus. Is it equally important as others and should be given at what age?