I got my flu shot a few months ago now I'm sick with everything even a cough that hurts my back and chest. Should I go to the doctor?

Probably... The flu shot is not a live vaccine and is unlikely to be the cause of your symptoms. Your cough can be due to many diagnoses so you need to see your doctor for diagnosis and treatment. A cough can lead to musculoskeletal discomfort that will resolve once the cough is gone.
Bronchial symptoms. Coughing can irritate the chest wall thus pain arises. Have your doc take a look to make sure it's not something serious such as pneumonia.
Yes. The flu shot is effective against 3 types of flu -- it does not cover bacterial infections or other viral infections that can cause cough -- i would see your physician to help sort things out.

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I got the flu shot a few months ago, now I'm sick with everything but a temperature. My cough is hurting my chest and back. Should I go to the doctor?

Yes. The flu shot is effective against 3 types of flu -- it does not cover bacterial infections or other viral infections that can cause cough -- i would see your physician to help sort things out. Read more...
Yes. The flu shot might not have anything to do with how you are feeling now. Go see your doc to see if you have a bacterial infection or something else. Good luck. Read more...
Yes... The flu shot is not a live vaccine so it is not likely to be the cause of your symptoms. So, you need to see your doctor for evaluation and treatment. Read more...
Absolutely!!!!!! Having received a flu shot does not protect you from other viruses and is not 100% protective against the flu. Your doctor needs to examine you and determine what might be the cause of your cough and chest/back pain so that proper treatment can be prescribed. Read more...