I recently had my first flu shot on Nov. 4th and since that day I have not been the same. I had the usual soreness in the arm it was administered to which was okay. Ever since then I have been having consistent fevers every night ranging from 100.9 to 102.5. I also had some joint pain in my hands and feet so I went to visit my primary doctor. He sent me for blood work to rule out RA (Rheumatoid Arthritis) and lupus. The results came back and thankfully it was not conclusive. The problem is now I still have these fevers every night rendering me to not be able to do anything at night when I go home. Once the fever hits I am completely exhausted. Before the flu shot I was fine. I am so frustrated because I have been back the the lab to do more blood work. I just want to go back to the way I was before the flu shot. Can anyone in the forum tell me if they have had the same problem at all. Any feedback would be appreciated. :confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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