... I had pain and a lump for a few weeks after the shot. I don't know that there really is much you can do. I rubbed the spot a few times a day to try to get it down. ... (1 replies)
... for school purposes. The pain I felt that day, Tuesdsy and Wednesday was pretty bad. By thursday it got better, and by Saturday I saw significant improvement. ... (1 replies)
... I usually take an OTC pain reliever, soak in the tub. ... (4 replies)
... Recently a family friends daughter had a tetanus shot, now she is dying from tetanus. I think this is a crime, they say 1 out of every million die from the shot. read about tetanus and the affects. ... (14 replies)
... i had the tetanus shot a few months ago and while my arm was sore for a couple of days it wasn't nearly as bad as you describe. ... (14 replies)
... Okay on monday at work I got stuck with a dirty instrument and had to go the the ER and get my blood drawn and get a tetanus shot. That day my arm was completely fine but then the next day my arm was in SEVERE pain!! I couldnt even touch it!! I also felt very sick all day! ... (14 replies)
... I went to my friend who is osteopath for a tetanus booster because hadn't had a shot in 14 yrs. ... (1 replies)
... on Wednesday afternoon and it was very sore for the first 3 days. It hurt to move my arm, stretch it or simply pull back on my dog's leash. 30 hours after receiving the shot I started feeling pain in my joints. My fingers, wrists, knees, ankles, my neck and also my lower back hurt alot. ... (9 replies)
... If i may......the best way to treat a potential tetanus infection is letting it bleed, then washing the wound and applying antibiotics designed for puncture wounds. ... (14 replies)
... Basically I have to agree with kiki. Did you ever research what's in the shot? Besides, it has never been proven that vaccines protect us in the first place.
I just came across some very new information that shows since the great vaccine experiment of 1980 our infant mortality rate has increased by 96% for boys and 307% for girls. We now number 47 in keeping our children... (14 replies)
... I never got around to talking to a doctor about it because when the pain was at its worst I posted this and in about 24 hours it was almost gone. If the pain hadnt subsided by then tho i was going to go back to the hospital where i got the shot in the first place. ... (14 replies)
... It is not surprising that even on a small, infrequently visited board like this there are two tetanus vaccine reaction posted at the same time. ... (14 replies)
... Thanx some much for all your guys concern. The pain went away about 24 hours after i posted this. It was really weird because i figured i was having a bad reaction to the shot. Even tho it eventually went away.... ... (14 replies)
... The tetanus vaccine is one of the most controversial next to hep B. ... (14 replies)
... When I had my update shot for tetnus I was 15 I stepped on something and i was due for it anyway so while getting stitched I was given the tetnus. ... (14 replies)
... or the pneumonia shot. I've had the flu shot every year for 12 years and never felt it. My tetanus shots never hurt either but some people do have a sore arm from them. When I got the pneumonia shot, my arm began to get warm and it was sore for a day afteward. ... (7 replies)
... Well, since all the vaccines you've recently had contain mercury, and you clearly had a fairly severe localized (if not systemic) reaction, at least you'll know what to suspect should you suddenly have some new and troubling health issues crop up in the next months.
I agree--vaccines are full of crap that have NO BUSINESS being placed into a human body. However, the scam... (14 replies)
... glad you're feeling better!!
did you ever talk to your doctor about it? (14 replies)
... I disagree! I think that since most people do not report their bad reactions (and there are ALOT out there, most just don't know to report it) from all the chemicals being injected into them is the reason this crap stays out in the public. (14 replies)
... hey doobeedoo,
you should keep in mind that while some people experience adverse reactions to vaccines, a lot of us don't have really bad reactions to this "garbage". that's why they keep giving it to people. there are also people out there who have severe allergic reactions to codeine or certain antibiotics. but you don't see those drugs being pulled off the shelf.
the... (14 replies)