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Flu Shot Red Swollen Itchy
I received the flu shot friday morning and my arm is still swollen, red and itchy should I be concerned?
Allergy: To the base or carrier of the medicine component itself is possible. If the area becomes swollen like infected, you get fever, it is painful, the possibility of infection in the injection site is possible. You can use antihistamine and cold compress to the are for now and observe. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I just got a flu shot three days ago and the injection site is swollen hot itchy and sore is this normal?
Have heartburn/tight chest & full body rash (itchy, little red dots, irritating behind ear)- flu shot given 5 days ago, s/s started 1 day later.?
Viral exanthem: This could be a viral rash, but you can't discount other possible causes exanthems can be caused by toxins or drugs, microorganisms, or can result from autoimmune disease. It could be related to the flu shot, but not necessarily. A visit to the medical doctor could be warranted here. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
My 18 month daughter just got flu shot yesterday and the injection site is red and swollen but does not feel hot. It feels very hard. Should i worry?
I got my flu shot five days ago and the area is still red, swollen, and tender and getting larger. Is this something to be concerned about?
Concern, yes: This is not the reaction we want. Can it happen - it can. I would advise you to try hot warm compresses without burning yourself. (some may like ice, but in this case i would try heat). If you don't start to see slow improvement, you need to inform the doc who gave you the injection. You may be developing a reaction to the medication, or an infection. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Tender, swollen, red, lymph node under arm. Opposite arm then received flu shot in 2 days ago. Related?
Had flu shot 3 days ago. Spot on arm still painful, swollen, red and hot. Still feeling unwell; fever, bodyaches, weakness and sore throat. Normal?
Not normal, not rare: These side effects, while not exactly "normal," are also not uncommon. Hopefully they will disappear soon but the flu shot can rarely cause serious long-standing side effects. What is unfortunate is that a large body of research shows that flu shots are not particularly effective! See http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2010/11/01/flu-vaccine-and-its-side-effects.aspx ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Had flu shot 3 days ago and hours later developed extreme itchiness beneath the jawline. Hasn't gone away since. What is it & should I be worried?
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