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May 29, 2023

[Answer] 1. Which disease might your child have if they are experiencing swollen and painful salivary glands?

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...1. Measles 2. Lice 3. Mumps 4. Tetanus The first symptoms of mumps may show up as fever, headache and swollen, painful salivary glands. These glands are situated in the front of and below the ear at jaw level. Mumps can spread through breathing in air that an infected person has contaminated by coughing or sneezing. Kissing may spread the disease as well as sharing anything that could be touched by the child's mouth such as toys or a cup. There are complications that can arise from the mumps such as meningitis (inflammation of the lining of the brain), orchitis (inflammation of the testicles), oophoritis (inflammation of the ovary) and sometimes deafness and infertility can be a result of the mumps infection. There is a vaccine available which begins at the age of twelve months in most places. The vaccine, MMR, gives protection against mumps, measles and rubella.




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