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... Developing a lump a month later at the site of your vaccination does sound unusual. ... (1 replies)
... sized lump on my arm. Should I be concerned? ... (1 replies)
... Yesterday I felt a moderate pain in my arm. So, I rubbed the pain. I felt a very small lump on my arm, just smaller than the ball of my finger. I immediately remembered that is where I had my gardisil vaccine. ... (1 replies)

... nd the area of injection. My underarm has been sore and uncomfortable, but not really painful. The redness has gone away, but this morning I've noticed a small lump on my collarbone on the side where the injection was given. My underarm is still sore. ... (0 replies)
... But I woke up this morning and I feel like a train wreck. No fever or anything, but there's a quarter sized red lump at the site, and that arm is extremely sore. I know that's typical, but my legs, back, and other arm are also very sore. ... (1 replies)
... Anyway, in every case I have heard about the lump did eventually subside. It may take a few more weeks but it will most likely go away. ... (1 replies)
... Also, with polio vaccine you do need to be very careful for at least 6 weeks following this, as it lives in the gut and within a 6 weeks period it can be spread quite easily. ... (6 replies)
... sized lump on my upper right arm. ... (1 replies)

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