I have never heard of that, but I don't know a lot about rubella shots. I am going to assume a doctor told you this. The reason is probably because it can cause serious birth defects or even death to the fetus. Another reason could be because it could cause rebella in the fetus. If you want to know more, call the doctor that told you this and ask more questions. The rubella vaccination has been suspected to cause major birth defects if the woman becomes pregnant within 4 weeks after receiving the vaccination.
No, she is not pregnant.
miscarriage, stillbirth, or damage to the fetus during the first trimester (three months) of pregnancy.
i am 6 months pregant,,i know i am and i had an ultrasound and it came out negative i was getting worried about it..
three and a half months.
You should wait for at least three months before getting pregnant again. Your doctor will do some tests to prevent further miscarriages.
I want a picture of a woman that is three months pregnant
Yes, for three months while they are pregnant.
7 months and three weeks
Answer-- Get all your vaccinations done BEFORE you get pregnant. You don't want live vaccine viruses around while you are pregnant, because they can hurt the developing baby. Some vaccines are live viruses and other vaccines are dead viruses, so check with your doctor which is which. As long as you get pregnant about 4-6 months after your final vaccination (for a live virus vaccine) you should be OK. Also, don't let the new baby get vaccines too young, or too many all at once. "Get your immunities to common childhood diseases (mumps and measles) tested. If you received the shots during certain years and lot numbers, they might not have worked. This is to avoid birth defects. Wait a while (at least three months) after getting the shot, before you get pregnant." "Getting rubella (German measles) early in pregnancy can cause birth defects. A simple blood test can tell if you have immunity. If you are not immune, a vaccine given at least 3 months before getting pregnant will protect you from getting rubella in the future."
If your already pregnant and have sexual intercourse during anytime of your pregnancy you can not get pregnant.
Women without immunity should receive immunization against rubella provided that they avoid pregnancy for a period of three months following immunization.