The MMR vaccination is an immunization that many children receive at one year of age and protects against measles, mumps, and rubella. However, the vaccination can cause a number of side-effects that can have mild to rarely severe implications for your health. However, the risks of not getting the vaccine greatly outweigh the risks of the vaccine. If your child is about to receive the vaccine, or if you are an adult receiving the shot for the first time, understanding these complications and how to treat them can help you and your loved ones stay healthy.
Omeprazole is available as tablets and capsules (containing omeprazole or omeprazole magnesium) in strengths of 10, 20, 40, and in some markets 80 mg; and as a powder (omeprazole sodium) for intravenous injection. Most oral omeprazole preparations are enteric-coated , due to the rapid degradation of the drug in the acidic conditions of the stomach. This is most commonly achieved by formulating enteric-coated granules within capsules, enteric-coated tablets, and the multiple-unit pellet system (MUPS).  An immediate release formulation was approved by the FDA in the United States,  which does not require enteric coating.