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    Shoulder pain from flue shot
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    An_252435 posted:
    Hi there, I got the flue shot over six month ago now and no relief from the muscle pain. 99 percent of the time it's In the morning. During the day it just an ache. Sometimes in the mornings specially when I don't sleep with a shirt on the pain is a 10 almost want to make me screen but as soon as I move and warm up my shoulder the pain goes away quickly. I consider myself healthy and never had such a pain in my 40 years. I hope there is a cure have been holding off going to the doctor have a two and a three year old too busy to go. Unless I see a cure I might make some time to see the dr, I'll keep checking on this web site
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