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    Flu shot causing arm pain
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    waterbonesmama posted:
    I, too, am having problems with my arm after a flu shot, it has been over 5 months now, and it's not getting better, it's getting worse. I cannot reach behind me to fasten a bra without extreme pain, cannot sleep on that arm, or lift it sideways. Tingling in pinky and ring fingers and that side of my hand. Am on Tramadol for other problems, does not help with this pain. Had an x-ray, it's negative. Got my Medicare last month, so that was the first time I could afford to see the dr. about this. Am doomed to have this pain the rest of my life? My opinion is they hit a nerve, it burned like acid when the shot went in. I got it for free at a flu clinic they held at the township building. It came from a separate batch, they said it was to keep track of free shots so the government would pay for it.
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    maxjmuller responded:
    I run a small law firm where the majority of our practice is dedicated to representing the victims of severe reactions to vaccinations.

    Feel free to visit our web site for more information about vaccine claims at www.myvaccinelawyer.com. There is a government fund that is compensating the victims of vaccine reactions and we would be glad to take a look at your case.


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