Patient Comments: Mumps - Describe Your Experience

Please describe your experience with mumps.

Comment from: macsek2013, 35-44 Male Published: June 01

I learned from my grandmother how to get rid of my hiccups 40 years ago and I am still using it. Get one glass of water in your right hand. Your left hand stretching up us much you can to the ceiling. Drink 9 sips of water with your right hand without breathing. This helped me, maybe will help you to. Try it!

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Comment from: lk, 35-44 Female (Patient) Published: April 13

I thought I had a toothache or possible ear infection. I went to the doctor and he diagnosed me with mumps. I have severe pain in my right jaw, cheek, teeth and around my eye. The swelling isn't too bad, but the pain is intense even with medication.

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Comment from: Ashe, 25-34 Female (Patient) Published: February 03

I was given all but my last MMR booster as a kid. My doctor didn't give it and we couldn't afford another series of bills to find somebody who would give me my booster. So when I was 18, I got the mumps in both tonsils. It wasn't that bad, my throat was very swollen. The first day I had a fever and I was very much disoriented. But after that, it was pretty much like having a standard sore throat. But the long-term effects are still going on. I have lots of trouble with my tonsils, and they are prone to getting irritated and causing head colds.

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Comment from: MathGirl, 35-44 Female (Patient) Published: December 17

I more or less cured my mumps in 3 hours with 25 gm of liposomal vitamin C from LivOn Labs. Same success in my little girl with 15 gm liposomal C. Yes, I was vaccinated. Vaccines are a hoax. I've had rubella, pertussis, and mumps in the past year right along with my unvaccinated daughter. Zero out of three! Funny, I was fine when she had chickenpox; I had chickenpox as a child. This vitamin C cure for mumps was pioneered by Frederick Klenner, MD in the 1940s! Why are people still suffering and getting ineffective vaccines!

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Comment from: kumar, 19-24 Male (Patient) Published: November 04

Two years back I was affected by mumps virus, with my jaws swelling both side. After 12 days from the time I was affected, my right side testis size was increased and after 2 days that size was decreased half the normal size. I asked my doctor and he said this is a side effect of mumps virus. Nowadays I also feel pain in my testis.

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Comment from: alba, Female (Patient) Published: January 29

I had MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine with 2 other live vaccines and flu shot 'inactive' in same day! I had fever and shiver for 4 days and after 4 days I got swollen gland on my left side under my ear! It is 10 days and still I have swollen gland. I had ultrasound and blood test which was negative! Now I think I have mumps because of the MMR vaccine because I am 100 percent sure it wasn't there before the vaccine!

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Comment from: Oh no not now, 35-44 Female (Patient) Published: May 21

I had the mumps vaccine as a child in the 1970s. When I was 18 I contracted the mumps. I found out many people who had been immunized at that time were contracting the virus. I had swelling and pain on the right side of my neck at the jawline. I had fever and extreme fatigue.

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