If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with the measles-mumps-rubella vaccine, you’re not alone.
More than 1 million Americans have been vaccinated and more than half have no symptoms, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The CDC is urging everyone to avoid contact with any child who was vaccinated, even if they had no symptoms.
If you have been diagnosed, you should tell your doctor.
CDC: Parents should be prepared for symptoms If you’re concerned about your child’s reaction to the vaccine, talk to your doctor or nurse practitioner.
If your child hasn’t had symptoms, ask them to get tested for measles and mumps.
The more test results, the better your chances of having a positive test result.
If a test comes back negative, call your doctor to make sure you’re protected from measles.
In the meantime, the CDC recommends avoiding people you know.
Talk to your pediatrician or a nurse practitioner about any symptoms you may have and how to avoid them.