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- Muscle or Joint Pain
What was your life like before you received the COVID-19 vaccine?
Pretty normal. Lots of yard work with heavy lifting with minimal pain afterwards.
Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.
Nov 2022. Only diagnoses has been Arthritis. Sudden debilitating pain in left hip, left wrist, both shoulders and diminished muscle tone. Been going to PT and he says my joints are extremely tight and hip flexor is very painful. First Ortho looked at hip X-rays and immediately said I need both replaced. Went to surgeon, thankfully he was not that sure. He thought hip tendinitis and ordered PT. I have always been very active, but now have too much pain.
Describe the solutions that helped your symptoms
Been doing PT with some relief but still unable to function vey well. Had to be put on light duty with no heavy lifting at work. Shoulders and upper arms so stiff and pain I have to use both hands to lift my full coffee cup.
Which solutions were not helpful?
What would you like others to know?
Beware of hidden dangers in vaccines and medications. Be your own advocate. No one knows your Brady like you do.
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