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Two days ago i was vaccinated for flu, shingles, and tetanus. tonight & last night i experienced mild fever & body aches, but only in the evening.

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Dr. Stephen Scholand
Infectious Disease 23 years experience
Immune system: Three vaccines at one time are a significant stimulus to the immune system. That's exactly what you want - to train the immune system to fend off any attack from these germs. A little bit of fever and body ache could be expected. If symptoms are not improving now, or God forbid worsening, you'll need to let the doc who gave the shots know that. You could take some Tylenol in the meantime.

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Last updated Oct 2, 2016

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