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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

Hi. You should really see an Orthopedist and ask for a referral to a Neurologist that specializes in shoulder injury. Your symptoms sound like there is a possibility of Brachial Plexus Nueropathy. Do some research yourself to compare what the symptoms are. The thing is, you need to do this within the first 3 to 6 months I beleive... for the tests to show the damage. I had the same problems and was not referred until 2 yrs after my injection. In your research you will find that you can get damage to the plexus from an injection. Bottom line though, there are sooooo many of us that have suffered from either an improper administration of a vaccine or from an adverse reaction to the concoction in the vaccine. As for myself, it's been since Oct. of 2009. It took a good 3 years for the pain to be manageable. I still have some problems with range of motion and pain... but not anywhere as bad as the 1st year. Be sure to look into the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Fund. I did and am in the process of a claim. Good luck to you all.

February 15, 2013 - 6:19pm


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