To be clear I had the apply named MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine last week and had zero issues.
But I've read a lot of discussion where people are getting mixed messages about even non-live vaccines. So I was wondering where the evidence comes from that somebody having a good response to treatment with normal, or close to normal counts is immune compromised.
A blood test showed I had zero measles immunity and there is measles in the community I live in (due to the #$%@#$% idiots who don't vaccinate). We don't know why I had zero immunity, we thought I was vaccinated but my childhood vaccination records were destroyed in a bushfire. My sister is about to have twins and she's asked me to stay with her during the first few weeks and then she's going to stay with us for a month or so at Christmas.There is no way I'm going to risk giving a newborn measles. The documentation for tasigna said no live vaccines but my doctor wasn't worried. Other people receive very different advice.