simple answer no
MMR is measles mumps and rubella. If you give a strain of measles to a child, it's immune system develops anti bodies that destroy the virus, the anti bodies will stay around for ever and the child will be immune to measles as the anti bodies will prevent the measles virus from spreading.
Measles is caused by paramyxo virus and although may have infected humans once to give rise to antigens as immunization can again infect humans.
It seems as though the measles epidemic in this area is almost over.
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Yes - your child can take Ibuprofen & an antihistamine together as long as you ask your physician for the proper dose for the antihistamine as they usually aren't recommended for children under 6. Our daughter contracted the measles from her MMR (yup - that's right, she got the measles from her MMR vaccination) and we were told to give her Acetaminaphine or Ibuprofen & Benadryl to help with itch relief and pain. She was not 2 years old yet. Recently she had RSV and again we were recommended to use a combo - this time Ibuprofen & Triaminic Nighttime. Just check with your pediatrician or advice nurse first for dosage
If I were you i would stick with rohypnol.
You should only give a baby or child what a doctor prescribes. Measles do not respond to an antibiotic, but he might order some medicated cream or ointment to prevent scratching.
The prognosis for an otherwise healthy, well-nourished child who contracts measles is usually quite good.
If the child has measels, and you were not vaccinated, then yes you can.
Do not give Ibuprofen to a dog; it is not safe to use in dogs.
Measles is a viral infection. Antibiotics treat infections caused by bacteria. Bacteria and viruses are two very different types of germs, and antibiotics will do nothing to cure the measles.