This may sound like a strange question and an even stranger situation. I got a job as a nurse in an inner city hospital. I was informed that I had no mumps coverage and was told to get the MMR. I have been diagnosed with SLE for some time now and never ever had any problems except a painful joint here or there and only ever treated with Plaquinel. Anyway, less then 4 weeks after getting the MMR I had a flare. It has attacked all the tendons and connective tissues in my feet and knees resulting in giving up my job as a nurse. I am no longer able to work because I can not walk very well, can not sqwat down as I can’t get up and I can’t stand for any period of time over 5 minutes. I have been awarded highest mobility rating and mid. Care for DLA. I also get incapacity benefits. I have applied for the vaccine damage claim but they came back stating I was not immuno-compromised at the time of injection. Had I been on the Methotrexate at the time of injection I would not have been able to have it. I am now on Methotrexate and 16 other medications as what I believe to be the a result of this vaccine. Where can I find information on live vaccines and the contraindications for lupus patients? I have found many articles but they all say lupus patients that are immuno-compromised should not have live virus vaccines. I need this information in order to fight the fact that I was injured as a result of the vaccine. As with most benefits in the UK you have to jump through hoops to get them.