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1999 gmc yukon 5.7 hesitation/misfire when driving. It shakes but if you move the gas peddle it smoothes out only to miss and shudder again.


vaccine leak?
Like the measles vaccine?
Naw, measles vaccine wouldn't cause hesitation.
But a vacuum leak could

Mar 09, 2018 | 1999 GMC Yukon

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My granddaughter is 9 months old and had a temperature for 2 days now she has come out in a rash and is only itchy in her head, could this be baby measles


had a temperature for 2 days and you haven't yet been to a doctor
come on wendy babies can suffer internal damage if a temperature is not immediately controlled
could be an allergic reaction to something but it could be very serious and your writing here instead of going to a doctor is wasting precious time that your baby needs to get better

Nov 17, 2016 | Baby Gear

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Got spots on my lower back


If you haven\'t had chicken pox as a child then adults certainly can contract it. The greater risk in adults is though is that the virus responsible for chicken pox can also cause shingles. This is a much more serious illness.



Measles is also possible to contract as an adult.



Did you have the MMR vaccine? If so, then it is unlikely that you have contracted either measles or chicken pox.



Symptoms of measles generally appear within 14 days of exposure to the virus. Symptoms include:




People with chickenpox have the following symptoms before the rash appears:



  • Fever


  • Headache


  • Stomach ache


The chickenpox rash occurs about 10 to 21 days after coming into contact with someone who had the disease. The average patient develops 250 to 500 small, itchy, fluid-filled blisters over red spots on the skin.

Sep 09, 2014 | Health & Beauty

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Diagnosed with measles. CAN I GO TO WORK? Blood test: no Rubella.. Low measles antibodies.


No. It's no different than if you knowingly had a communicable disease and spread it at work. You'd be liable for prosecution by a hungry lawyer.

Jan 23, 2014 | Key Points - Knowing The Facts About Aids

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