I got an MMR vaccine 25 days back, because rubella IgG was reactive, and IgM was nonreactive. And for toxoplasmosis IgG reactive and IgM nonreactive, I did a 15 days course of Rovamycine forte. Can I plan a pregnancy now? Or should I take Rovamycine forte for some more days?
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Thank you for the reply. I have taken MMR vaccine for rubella, 25 days back. Can I still plan a pregnancy?
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