Can you get measles twice?
Nope - the antibodies you produce when you first catch the infection stay with you for life. Although you might 'catch' the disease again from a second exposure, your body is equipped to deal with it - and you would normally never realise you've been exposed.
No,the person who has once caught measles has the antibodies against measles viruses. When a person has caught measles th T type lymphocytes detect the type of virus and then the B type lymphocytes produce antibodies for the viruses of maesles.Antibodies stick with these viruses and destroy them. This person can not get measles again in life because the antibodies against measeles are already produced for prevntion by catching measles once. These antibodies are memory…
In rare cases a person can. Generally though, it is a one time deal. Measles are caused by a virus. After a healthy body is exposed to a virus it will create an anti-virus to fight it. When the person is recovered from the illness they will be immune. This is also how the measles vaccine works. The vaccine introduces a small amount of the virus for the body to create immunity to.