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... Thank you so much. I feel a little bit better, but I still get the pain from time to time. I have not used any pain meds at all I just sit it out. I am going to tell my doctor again that its seriously a side affect. Maybe she will take me serious the second time. ... (5 replies)
... I think it is probably lymph node pain from the vaccine and will resolve over time. You might take ibuprofen or naproxen for the pain as they also inhibit inflammation. I would also get on the FDA drug reaction website and report this. There is a form you fill out and submit. ... (5 replies)
... lbs. ten times, walked 35 lbs. around on a cart with wheels 10 times, etc. I know I'm out of shape, but I wouldn't have expected any tremendous muscle strain from anything like that, and the tests were fairly easy despite my poor physical condition. I even passed them with flying colors. ... (1 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)
... That is a government vaccine reporting system so that they can monitor how many people have severe reactions. ... (14 replies)
... I want to know if anyone here has successfully won compensation from the Vaccine Injury fund and any advice, lawyers, etc. I had an adverse reaction to a Td shot in February and developed brachial neuritis. ... (9 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)
... A few weeks ago I fell off my bike impaling the underside of my left arm with my brake handle. Yes, a very freakish accident. I received stitches and a tetanus shot at the emergency room. ... (1 replies)
... and went to bed. Now almost a week later I still have a hard tender knot on my arm. It feels like a rock is under skin. It hurts a lot, those has eased off some from the excruciating pain the first few days. Now when I have had flu shot I would get minor bump on arm for a couple days then always went away. ... (1 replies)


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