In order to get into my college to start my nursing career, I am supposed to have proof that I had all of my imunizations. Well, I have no proof, but I am 48 years olds, and I know that I had some kind of shots as a kid, (I can remember getting them, plus I still have the "scar" of an imunization on my upper arm) and I can remember having either the German Measles or the regular Measles as a kid. Now I did read somewhere, that if you were born before 1956, that you didn't need to show proof, but I was born IN 1956, so that excludes me. They said if I can't show proof, I'll have to take them all over again. How did some of you do it?? I would love any suggestions on this matter. As I really don't feel like going through all those shots again. Plus if I do have to take them over again, will they make me sick or anything at my age?? Thanks.