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Pain in the hand after getting a tetanus injection, feverish and sore throat. Side effects?

Hi, I stepped on an Iron Nail while trying a glittery slipper that attracted my attention from a roadside vendor's shop.I got a TT injection within 2 hours , but am not able to move my had due to injection and my complete body is paining , feeling feverish and my throat is sore.Is it a some kind of a side effect ? Please help...thanks!
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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Yes, you have taken Inj TT at the right time. No such side effects is reported in tetanus toxoid, if the injection is given correctly. 1-2 days of mild fever and pain is a usual phenomenon seen after this injection. How ever it should not be so debilitating that one will not be able to perform day to day activity. Sore throat is never associated.
May be it is due to another associated viral infection.
You can wait for 1 - 2 days or may take any pain killer tablet. Hope it will resolve the problem.
Answered: Sun, 30 Jun 2013
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