What does 'Missing Follow Up MMR Titer' Mean?

1 min. readlast update: 07.10.2024

The tag "Missing follow up MMR titer" means that you have previously uploaded MMR titer that states you are not immune to one or more your MMR titer tests (measles, mumps and rubella).

To satisfy your MMR titer requirements you must submit a positive titer test for measles, mumps and rubella. Due to one or more of your titer test results coming back as not immune, you must receive a booster dose of MMR. Then, 6-8 weeks later, you must receive a follow up titer to ensure that the booster dose gave you immunity. You can then upload the document to your Med+Proctor account just as you did before.

You can have these titers done at your doctor's office or anywhere that performs blood testing or a lab.

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