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This is a viral disease that is capable of spreading from one person to another. It is most common in the lives of children especially babies. It is also referred to as rubeolla or rubella in Germany. Others call it mobilli. It infects the respiratory system. When one gets into contact with fluids such as saliva from an infected person, then you will also get infected. This is very dangerous when it comes to viral diseases since they spread very rapidly and cause deaths.

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Vidhi Parikh Posted: Thursday, March 21, 2013 8:10:35 PM(UTC)
 
Hello,

There are two doses of MMR.

First between 12 to 15 months
Second between 4 to 6 years

First vaccine provides immunity to fight with such disease, but it is still possible to get it, and when first dose is not protecting baby from measles, second dose must be given at proper age.

And if measles is sever then it is better to concern doctor without fail.
aneesh Posted: Thursday, March 21, 2013 10:27:29 AM(UTC)
 
Is it possible for a one year baby to get measels. Since Measels vaccination was done on 15th month only