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Old 11-23-2014, 12:58 AM   #21
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Hello. I am new to this forum
I am 22 years old female and got my 4th rabies vaccine shot yesterday 15 hours ago. Now I have tingling sensation on my right hand and it is definitely colder than my left hand. I got vaccine on my right hand. I feel so stressed and anxious about it now, I don't know what to do, maybe tomorrow I should see a neurologist? I hope you guys see my reply soon
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Old 11-23-2014, 11:18 AM   #22
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Hello. I am new to this forum
I am 22 years old female and got my 4th rabies vaccine shot yesterday 15 hours ago. Now I have tingling sensation on my right hand and it is definitely colder than my left hand. I got vaccine on my right hand. I feel so stressed and anxious about it now, I don't know what to do, maybe tomorrow I should see a neurologist? I hope you guys see my reply soon
I had the same sensations however most of mine was bilateral.

I had hip then lower back pain and arthritic type joint pain that would move around 24 hours after the 1st shot... Then the parathesia, numb extremities and other issues started about 3 weeks later.

I personally wouldn't go and see a neuro unless you are having weakness in any of your limbs... Not perceived weakness but actual weakness like you can't grasp a glass or your keys.

However it's up to you on what you feel is prudent... I am probably hesitant because my neuro thought it was in my head. So that has made me hesitant to seek out a Doctor. Although my Orthopedic Dr did state she has see this before and did say this was most likely due to the vaccine.

Eventually it subsided for 6 months... However I have recently had another flare up a few weeks ago. My issues are bilateral, tend to move around and with no weakness so while I am not happy it's back and I am a little pensive I am not losing sleep over it. Mine seems to be like small fiber neuropathy... Hot... Cold... Prickly and feels at the skin surface. Just today the balls of my feet felt like they were on fire for 30-45 minutes then they were fine.

I found the below link along with others regarding similar reactions to a flu vaccine. There is a private group that you can join as well although it's pretty dead now.

tingling after Swine Flu Vaccinne - Chapter 2

Or just search "Medhelp swine flu tingling" and you swill see loads of threads.

The tapering off of activity on this forum leads me to believe most of these people are mostly ok. I applied for the private group last year and the moderator who was pretty active on the Medhelp Swine Flu forums responded that she is much better.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Also don't forget to pop in and say you are ok if everything subsides. Others will find this news good.

Take a deep breath and just think this will all pass. Maybe not tomorrow or next week but you will be fine. We are here for you.
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Old 11-23-2014, 11:00 PM   #24
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Thank you so much for your answer and support! I can't tell how much I feel anxious about it. I still have the tingling sensetion on my both hands. I don't know which doctor to go and afraid of their reaction and response to this. My vaccination was like this: Scratched by a Street cat last month and got 3 shots of vaccine as the cat lived after 10 days. And after 1 month 2 days ago a Street cat but seems friendly bit me on my right hand but it didn't bleed or anything. But I was concerned about it and went to the hospital again. Normally they make 2 doses of vaccine if you got vaccinated, and I got my 1st shot yesterday and I have those sensations. I didn't have this when I first got shot, only nausea, headache which disappeared in a week. Now I don't want to get the 5th and last shot, I don't know what to do, appointment is tomorrow but first I'd like to see a neurologist or infection Professional. Tingling numbings, I can cope with that, but the fear and anxiety are not helping at all. Hope to see your nice news soon!
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Old 11-23-2014, 11:08 PM   #25
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I do hope we all can be healed from this.
Sending support&prayers!
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Old 12-04-2014, 09:11 AM   #26
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This article I just found today, discusses the rabies vaccine and symptoms of side effects from it:

http://www.adem.org/

Also this Yahoo article reports some CDC comments on the failure of this year's flu vaccine:

http://news.yahoo.com/cdc-says-flu-s...001054530.html
The comments are very interesting...so do please check them out.
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Thanks for the article MrsD.

I saw another article today where the CDC stated the Flu Vaccine is 50%-55% effective on a good year.

After my issues I am going to skip them entirely until I am elderly.
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Old 12-07-2014, 12:15 AM   #28
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I got the rabies vaccine in the beginning of sept and finished at the beginning of October . A few days before the last shot I got. I experienced sharp shooting pain in my hands/legs and my back hurt for a week.
And once the pain in my joints sorta calmed down I experienced tingling that would not go away, and I still have it. They are
Looking into it and I had an MRI and blood work.
Is there away to get rid of this or does it go away on it's on eventually?
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Old 12-07-2014, 11:31 AM   #29
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Old 12-07-2014, 06:13 PM   #30
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Thanks. Is there anyone that can relate to this? Give me some
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