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I'm almost fully recovered from my vaccination ordeal. The worst of it was actually over by the time I mentioned it, but I was still a bit achy all over for most of Friday. My arm remains a bit sore at the injection site, but it's not too bad, and it continues to improve. I am certainly glad I had this done to my left shoulder though... do they still do injections above the butt on the hip like when I was a child? And do they do those for adults? Seems to me that probably would have been an easier place to deal with soreness than the shoulder, but I could be wrong about that.
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