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Why Does Gardasil Make Your Arm Sore
I recently got a HPV or gardasil shot in my left arm. It has now been two days and symptoms of a reaction have developed. Please help!
My daughter is 13. She received her 3rd gardasil shot about 2wks ago. She has a knot in her arm, diarrhea & cramps. ?
I got the Gardasil shot a month ago and my arm still has moderate pain with limited mobility. Should I be concerned and should I visit a doctor?
Very unusual: Injection site pain can occur with any shot, including Gardasil and other vaccines, but should clear up in a few days; unusual to last this long. What does "limited mobility" mean? Because it hurts to move the arm? Conceivably you have a bacterial infection in that area. But most likely it's not due to the Gardasil injection. See the doctor who gave the shot. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had my last gardasil vaccine 2 months ago. No complications. Now i have a lump on my arm that hurts to touch and move my arm. Should i be concerned?
Infection?: If the lump is exactly at the site of the vaccine injection, maybe it is a delayed infection or other reaction to the shot. This sort of thing is rare but could happen. If the lump is anywhere else, probably it has nothing to do with the vaccine. See a doctor soon if the area continues to enlarge or becomes more tender; if any redness; or if you have fever. ...Read more
Either one: Can cause symptoms.Get a more detailed answer ›
Usually, yes.: Any vaccine can make your muscles sore in the area -- a sharp pointy object has been stuck into them, and fluid is put in a space where there hadn't been any. Massaging the area, using warm compresses, and doing easy arm exercises helps to work 'kinks' out. Gardasil protects against a virus that causes cancer, so the benefits outweigh any side effects. If area reddens or swells, see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually: Usually the majority of discomfort from a tetanus vaccination resolves within 3 to 4 days. ...Read more
Typically: Typically cts is accompanied by pain radiating to but not past the elbow, especially the anterior forearm. The hand with cts may have decreasd strength and togettehr with limited sensation there is alos a lot more stress and strain to the forearm because if mechanics. When u try to use your forearm muscle more and feel the need to squeeze things tighter becaseu you are numb this fatigues easier. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Need more info: Need to know more dtails in order to give you a propper answer.Where is the soreness located?Wchich joint is stiff?Do you have any other symptoms associated with it?Did you injured the arm/etc. ...Read more
First why is it sore: ...? The cause needs to be ascertained. Was there an injury or was it just overworked? Once the cause is established the treatment plan can be tailored to address the cause. If it does not improve seek professional help. ...Read more
Itching sore or rash:
without seeing the sore I have to guess a bit. But, given your age i would include in the possible issues psoriasis and/or ringworm. There are some other possibilities but if the itch is persistent and/or your sore is increasing you may need to be seen by a trusted medical provider. ...Read more
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