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Does the tetanis shot causes bursitis?

Does the tetanis shot causes bursitis?

NO: A tetanus immunizaiton should at most cause some local pain and swelling. Bursitis is not a known complicaiton of this common immunizatiion. If you have a bursitis, see your pcp or orthopedist and get it checke out if heat or ice and rest are not helping. ...Read more

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Bursitis (Definition)

Bursitis is inflammation of the bursa, a fluid-filled sac that acts as a cushion between ...Read more


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Can shots in the buttocks be a cause of bursitis?

Can shots in the buttocks be a cause of bursitis?

I do not think so: The injection site have no bursal around it. ...Read more

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Knee pain and MRI said small cyst that was 'ok'. Was treated with bursitis with a cortisoneshot 4mon ago. I don't want another shot, what is the cause?

Knee pain and MRI said small cyst that was 'ok'. Was treated with bursitis with a cortisoneshot 4mon ago. I don't want another shot, what is the cause?

Need more informatio: I need more information if the cyst is a baker cyst this usually occurs when fluid goes out the back of the knee. This is usually because of some problem inside the knee. What else did the MRI show? Bursitis around the knee is actually outside the knee. What type of percentage was it? Bursitis would be because of knee pain when the MRI is negative. You therapy, heat and ice and exercises for the knee so you don't need another shot. ...Read more

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I had a tetanus shot some weeks ago and still worry that it has caused me to be ill. Is it possible?

I had a tetanus shot some weeks ago and still worry that it has caused me to be ill.  Is it possible?

Confusing question: Most reactions to a tetanus shot will occur within 24 hours and can be similar to any major allergic response.Your brief lists you with depression and severe anxiety.There has been a lot of misinformation put out by vaccine haters to the point babies are dying needlessly from preventable disease.It is hard to feel secure, but the chance of you having a shot related issue is minimal.Disc with doc ...Read more

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I have a small scratched wound caused by a rusted needle. The wound is healing. Do I need to take tetanus shot?

I have a small scratched wound caused by a rusted needle. The wound is healing. Do I need to take tetanus shot?

YES: Because it is a rustic nail.According to CDC if there a chance of contaminated wound with Tetanus as rustic nail is.You should get a booster if your last booster was more than 5 years ago. In your case at age 22 you should get Tdap to protect you against Diptheria and more important Whooping Cough(Pertussis) If your last booster was more than 5 years ago ...Read more

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Can a tetanus shot cause complications during the first trimester...?

Can a tetanus shot cause complications during the first trimester...?

Tetanus shot: While conventional doctors would say that a tetanus shot is "safe" during pregnancy, any vaccine can potentially cause harm during pregnancy .... In fact, every vaccine has the potential for serious side effects in any age, from birth through death! ...Read more

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Can having a tetanus shot cause swollen or inflamed lymph nodes?

Very unlikely: Swollen lymph nodes must be coincidental finding. ...Read more

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Can lower back pain be caused by tetanus shot or could it be tetanus itself?

Can lower back pain be caused by tetanus shot or could it be tetanus itself?

Uncommon for Td: Just having lower back pain and no other symptoms is uncommon for the tetanus shot and the combined tetanus/whooping cough booster. If it is from the shot, it'll go away on its own. ...Read more

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Could tdap( diphtheria, tetanus, and acellular pertussis) shots cause pain for over a week?

It can cause pain: Injections can cause local hematomas, or "bruises" to the muscle. This happens especially if a person or child tenses the muscle during an injection. After an injection, it is best to use cool compresses to the area for the first 24 hours - then change to warm compresses (not too hot!). Also, gentle massage to the area helps resolve the swelling. ...Read more