Is the flu shot to blame for muscle spams in eye, legs and arms? Happened days after shot.

Yes, possibly. the interferons produced by the body in response to the flu vaccine can cause generalized body pain, flu like symptoms.
Unlikely but maybe. http://www.cdc.gov/flu/protect/vaccine/general.htm As you'll see on the CDC website, flu vaccines are among the safest medical interventions known to man. Truly serious side effects like Guillain-Barre Syndrome occur only once in every million shots. It is possible the muscle spasms are related, but could also be due to any number of other causes. If they get worse/persist, see your doctor.

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Rash on arms legs chest and back after the flu shot?

Allergy. Since its so widespread and there is a temporal (time) relationship between drug and rash onset, this might be allergy to flu shot or one of its components. Read more...

My one year old daughter has had a fever for two days. Shes getting her eye teeth, shes had the flu shot....What could this be coming from?

It's not the teeth. Teething does not cause fever, despite a lot of old wives tales that it does. There are many things which cause fever, the most common being infections. But can also be a common reaction to many vaccines, usually in the first day or two after getting them. If there are more worrying signs such as not acting like herself you should consult your health care practitioner. Read more...
Erupting baby teeth. Most often, as children begin to show signs of tooth eruption, a low grade fever can result, simply because the bacteria within the mouth now can invade areas beneath the gum tissue. Keep the gum tissue clean by wiping with a clean cloth, and be sure to keep your daughters hands clean as well, because we all know that the mouth is the first place that little fingers tend to find. Read more...
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Not from teething. Despite what i was taught years ago, research has proven that teething does not cause fever. May be reaction to flu shot. May be viral or bacterial infection. Hopefully you started taking your child to dentist by age 1. Dentist may want to see your child to rule out oral infection. Read more...

Pain in upper left arm after the flu shot. How long it lasts?

1-2 days. Local adverse reactions like soreness, swelling and redness usually begin soon after the shot and last 1-2 days. Read more...

Got the flu shot Friday and over the weekend I was having minor seizure activity. Blurred vision, eye roll etc. Can this be from the flu shot?

Mgt. This should definitely be reported to your PCP. This needs to be noted/reported. It may or may not be related. It would be very unusual for your seizure to be related directly to the flu vaccination itself. If you are allergic to eggs for example, an allergic reaction may occur. Read more...