... following this injection?
lesleymc; Make sure you keep track of any side effects so you can tell the doctor if you need a booster shot later what your going through right now is far better than what this is preventing. From what I have found most people within 72 hours side effects go away a few had as long as 5 days But if after 3 days or 72 hours I would call the doctors office and let them know if there is anything to be concerned about or can you do something to get through them faster. Just to be safe. give them a call.
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