When the disease rubella (see its meanings) breaks out, one gets a fever and a speckle rash. The rash usually starts on the face and spreads over the course of a few days for chest, back, arms and legs. The rash is bright red, and the spots are a few millimeters in diameter. The rash will disappear within a few days. The lymph nodes on the neck, neck and behind the ears is usually swollen and a little sore. It is not unusual with transient swelling of joints during the disease.
Have the pregnant had rubella, is she a lifetime protected from becoming infected again. A pregnant woman gets rubella, it can harm the fetus. Especially if the infection occurs within the first 8 weeks of pregnancy, there is a higher risk of spontaneous abortion (up to 20%). Between 8. and 20. week of pregnancy results in the infection risk of serious birth defects in up to 50%. After 20. week of gestation is seen only rarely complications in the fetus.
Rubella in pregnant women seldom seen after vaccination against rubella (MMR) was part of the childhood immunization program.
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