... When I was in the hospital for pulmonary emboli, they recommended that I get the pneumonia vaccine (although I'm only 54) since my lungs were already compromised. I agreed, and the RN administered the shot. As she vaccinated me, she mentioned that she "wasn't very good at this". Sure enough, she wasn't - she was pulling the needle back out as she was depressing the... (1 replies)
... year old daughter is experiencing swelling and pain at the site of the injection of a pneumonia shot and in the surrounding muscle. Her hand has also become cold. Is this normal? ... (0 replies)
... I was getting worried as to what this could be but my doctor seems stumped and says having a reaction six months later is just not going to happen. She sent me to physical therapy for my arm and put me on prescription motrin, which is doing nothing. ... (1 replies)
... Highly doubt it was a severe reaction to the shots..it does not match up at all. Do you routinely check your white count? ... (1 replies)
... I agree with the previous poster that it is a vaccine reaction. Do vaccine research!
BTW - Antibiotics destroy bad bacteria but unfortunately they also destroy all of the friendly bacteria in the digestive system.
When sufficient amounts of friendly bacteria are excluded from the bowels, the elimination process is inhibited resulting in all sort of problems.
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... reated for MAI and after 11 days seem to tolerate the antibiotics ok. On the 12th day I experienced, extreme sob, fever, nausea, chills, etc. Is this a delayed reaction to the meds or could it be the pnuemonia vaccine in had on the 12th day? ... (2 replies)
... I had a shingle vaccination 3 weeks ago. Within 30 minutes I experienced flu like symptoms with a temperture between 102 to 104.5. Then within a week had to be taken to the emergency room diagnosed with pneumonia. I woke up this morning with a rash/hives that look like shingles. Has anyone else experienced this type of reaction?
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... You could check with your doc the next time you're in but there shouldn't be anything to be concerned about at this point. You may always have that bump. (1 replies)
... i have started to feel a little better. could this be a reaction to the vaccine. I was told at the time of receiving it that it was very unlikey that i would feel poorly afterwards. ... (0 replies)
... ve never had even a sore arm. This year I got it in November. Many of my friends also got vaccinated and I havent heard of anyone having an adverse reaction. The pneumonia shot is the only vaccination that ever gave me a sore arm. ... (9 replies)
... My money's on the vaccine. Any good doctor would NEVER give a vaccine if someone is on AB's. That's just not good medicine!
Feel better soon---and research some things before you go for more vaxes! (2 replies)
... I agree with Sarah. My mom had the pneumonia vaccine a few years ago and ended up getting pneumonia. She didn't have a reaction at the shot site, though. ... (3 replies)