Serum - Protection from birth onwards
Measles & Rubella Vaccine (Live) I.P.
For active immunization against Measles and Rubella in infants, children, Adolescents and young adults at risk.
MR vaccine is recommended in Infants, children, adolescents and adults. If pregnancy is planned, then an interval of 1 month should be observed after MR vaccination.
MR vaccine is highly safe and well tolerated. Side effects following MR vaccination are mostly mild and transient, and are similar in frequency and severity to those following administration of each of the single antigen products. Side effects following measles vaccination are generally mild and transient. Slight pain and tenderness at the site of injection may occur, sometimes followed by mild fever and local lymphadenopathy. About 7 - 12 days after vaccination, some recipients may experience fever and rash for 1 -2 days.
Side effects following vaccination with rubella vaccine are also mild, particularly in children. Common side effects include pain, redness and induration at the site of injection. Low-grade fever and rash, lymphadenopathy may happen in some recipients. Joint pain may happen among adolescents and adult females but is rare in children and in men.
All side effects are usually transient and resolve completely. Allergic reactions are very rare. The vaccine has been used extensively in many countries in the world for more than 20 years. Billions of doses have been already given to infants, children, adolescents and adults without any safety concern.