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Any preventative care for mumps?

Thank you Dr. my younger daughter (12 years) was diagnosed with mumps last sunday and she has recovered with warclav ( amoxycillin and potassium ), Esgpyrian sp & cobadex prescribed by the Dr. my elder daughter (15 years) is feeling a little sensation around the cheeks today and is there any preventive care. Both daughters are expected to perfom for a dance on 24th. Please advise.
Asked On : Thu, 25 Oct 2012
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Mumps is a contagious disease and can spread to other family members. For this reason isolation is needed for 9 days from onset of swelling.
Immunisation in infancy gives protection from mumps, but not always.
Give her plenty of water and proper diet to maintain nutrition. Give pain reliever and antipyratic for pain and fever. Maintain oral hygiene by gargling with chlorhexidine mouth wash.This is a viral infection which has its own course of about one week.
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Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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