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Lillian Hager

Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.

A day after my second dose of the vaccine, my left upper arm was sore (I received the vaccine in the left arm.) Weeks and months later, the arm was still sore. Several months after the vaccination I began experiencing pain when reaching with that arm. I began altering the way I performed tasks such as emptying the dishwasher and putting on my clothes. Several more months later and there was pain in my upper arm much of the time. I began taking 800mg of Ibuprofen as needed for my pain. Currently I take 800 mg of Ibuprofen twice a day. If I miss a dose the pain returns within a few hours. Occasionally I experience pain even with the Ibuprofen. Stretching or reaching still causes pain. I cannot bring my arm all the way up, but I can most of the way. Recently had a normal MRI of the arm.

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