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TB Vaccination
Jan 5, 2006
... I had an IV in August and have had problems with that area on and off since. There is a small lump there and another smaller lump a couple inches further up the vein. It gets red sometimes and feels bruised. ... (6 replies)
... Whooping Cough vaccination. The first day it didn't hurt too much, the second day it was super sore and there was a big "knot" in my arm, the third day the lump was still there and it started to get red and hot. ... (0 replies)
... I had shingles vaccination several days ago and had pain and redness around the area of injection. My underarm has been sore and uncomfortable, but not really painful. ... (0 replies)

... Developing a lump a month later at the site of your vaccination does sound unusual. ... (1 replies)
... I was doing a search on the web when I found this forum section and signed up. I have a weird thing happening and I can only assume its from a vaccination shot I got.. however it was 6 months ago that I got the vaccination!! ... (1 replies)
... oke up feeling fantastic but by lunch time at school something hit me and I got extremely sick. I went home and went straight to bed, only to wake up with a huge lump in my neck and feeling a whole lot worse. ... (0 replies)
Tetnus shot
Jun 9, 2009
... Sometimes people do experience soreness and some even have a lump at the site of an injection. It can occur with a tetanus shot or other vaccination as well. The lump and soreness would be where you got the shot. Both should go away in a few days. ... (3 replies)
... of a goose egg for weeks at the vaccination site. ... (1 replies)
Allergic Reaction?
Aug 15, 2010
... Hope your rash has gone away by now. The soreness and warm lump was a reaction to your Td/Tdap shot (and a quite common one) but not the itchy rash in the crease of your arm. Not sure what caused that but it wasn't the vaccination. (2 replies)
... If so, then you definitely do not need a vaccination for it. This is the varicella vaccine and if you had it, then you still have immunity to it. ... (6 replies)

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