gud day to all of you im kent i had my lmp on dec 30, 2008 and i had my mmr shot on jan 7, 2009 i knew that i need to wait at least 28 days not to get pregnant but we had a contact of twice with no contraceptions. on the 26th of jan. as i go home i found scant blood on my panty then on the 30th of jan. i had my preg test and it was negative. as of now i dont have my menstruation and i dont know if i'm pregnant.what if i'm pregnant? does the mmmr vaccine affect the growth of the fetus?the brain and the heart development?
i don't know what effect it may have on the fetus. you really need to ask a dr. if it turns out you are pregnant. if that had happened to me, i wouldn't have had sex at all in those 28 days with or without contraception. I hope if you are pregnant, your baby is fine and wish you the best of luck. i think you should get a hcg blood test to confirm or rule out pregnancy and take it from there
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