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Pain in arms, back and leg, cut by a nail. Had Tdap vaccine. Help?

Hi I had my Tdap vaccine last monday because i had a little cut with a neil..the first couple of days no side effects but the pain in my arm where i got the vaccine but friday i was feelinh horrible the pain started in my arms it lasted for 2 days and now it s my back and my legs.. i wonder if it s a late side effect of the vaccine?
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Thanks for your query.
Localized pain is seen after vaccination that can last for couple of days.
But since you have mentioned that you have genarilized body pains they are not related to vaccination.
It could be a part of viral illness.
I suggest you to take acetaminophen as per dosage for pain relief.
Take plenty of fluids and simple diet.
Take rest.
If symptoms persist get yourself evaluated by doctor.

Take Care.
God bless.
Answered: Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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Pediatrician Dr. Himanshi Kashyap's  Response

Tdap vaccine is supposed to be a painless vaccine with negligible side effects.However if the vaccine is not injected deep intramuscularly then there might be pain at the site of injection.I think you should take some painkiller it might help reduce the pain and try some cold fomentation at the site of injection.If the site of injection gets red, tender and hard then report to your docter .Also since you have started getting pain in the legs and back there is a possibility that it could be of viral origin and it has no corelation with the vaccine


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