Yes ive had to have it again after having my daughter and after having my son im now 30 weeks pregnant with my 3rd and i have to have ir again affter shes born i asked why and my midwife just said im not immune to it
Yea with my first and now second pregnancy. I got revaccinated after i delivered my son. I got pregnant again when my son was almost 4 and found out the vaccine didn't stick again. I have to be revaccinated for the 3rd time after my daughter is born.
Yeah my first pregnancy they told me i wasn't immune to rubella and to get it after the baby was born...
I didn't know you could lose immunity until then.
But I also went to school in Ireland where I was vaccinated for things kids in the states weren't so I had a full work up to figure it out lol
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