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Mumps Vaccination in Kalyan


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Mumps is a contagious viral infection caused by the mumps virus. It primarily affects the salivary glands, leading to swelling and inflammation. Mumps can also affect other parts of the body, such as the pancreas, testes, ovaries, and central nervous system.

Vaccination is the best way to prevent Mumps infection.

Mumps Vaccination schedule

Mumps Vaccination for children in Kalyan

The mumps vaccine is typically administered as part of the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine, which provides protection against all three diseases.
The first dose of the MMR vaccine, which includes protection against mumps, is typically given to children at 9-12 months of age. A second dose of the MMR vaccine is usually administered between 15-18 months of age and the third dose is administered between 4-6 years of age. The second and third doses help to ensure long-lasting immunity and further boost protection against measles.

Mumps Vaccination for adults in Kalyan

Adults who have not previously received the MMR vaccine or have not had mumps in the past should consider getting vaccinated. The first dose of the MMR vaccine, including mumps, can be administered at any age. A second dose of the MMR vaccine is recommended to ensure long-term immunity. The timing of the second dose may vary depending on individual circumstances and vaccination history. Generally, it is given at least 28 days after the first dose. There is no upper age limit to receive the mumps vaccine.

Cost of Mumps vaccination in Kalyan

The cost of measles vaccination depends on factors such as the type of vaccine, brand, manufacturer, applicable taxes and the vaccination service provider. On an average, the cost of MMR vaccination ranges between Rs 600 to Rs 1200 for each dose.

Mumps vaccination at home in Kalyan

Vaccination at home offers a convenient, accessible and safe way to protect you and your family from mumps infection. It allows individuals to receive the vaccine in a familiar environment, reducing potential anxiety or discomfort associated with visiting a clinic. Home vaccination not only saves time and effort, it also minimizes exposure to potential infections in crowded healthcare settings. INVC vaccine experts can help you with availability and scheduling of MMR vaccine at home in Kalyan.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Mumps is caused by a virus. Mumps is spread through respiratory droplets, such as when an infected person coughs or sneezes. It can also spread through direct contact with saliva or contaminated surfaces.

The incubation period for mumps is typically around 14 to 18 days, but it can range from 12 to 25 days.

The most common symptom is swelling and tenderness of the salivary glands, particularly the parotid glands located on the sides of the face. Other symptoms may include fever, headache, muscle aches, fatigue, loss of appetite, and difficulty eating or swallowing.

The infectious period is three days before symptoms begin to the ninth day following the onset of symptoms.

While most cases of mumps resolve without complications, certain individuals may experience complications such as orchitis (inflammation of the testicles), oophoritis (inflammation of the ovaries), meningitis, encephalitis, and, rarely, permanent hearing loss.

There is no "cure" for mumps, only supportive treatment (bed rest, fluids, and fever reduction).

Yes, mumps can be prevented through vaccination. The MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine provides protection against mumps. It is recommended to follow the vaccination schedule and receive the recommended doses of the MMR vaccine.

Yes, the mumps vaccine is generally safe and well-tolerated. Like any vaccine, it can have mild side effects such as soreness at the injection site or a low-grade fever. Serious side effects are rare.

The mumps vaccine is highly effective. The first dose of the MMR vaccine produces immunity in about 90% to 95% of recipients, and the second dose further boosts protection. However, a small percentage of people may still be susceptible even after receiving the vaccine.

Yes, the mumps vaccine can be given at the same time as other routine vaccines. It is often administered as part of a combination vaccine, such as the MMR vaccine or MMRV vaccine (which also includes varicella or chickenpox).

Yes, adults who have not been previously vaccinated or have not had mumps in the past can receive the MMR vaccine to protect themselves against mumps.

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