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Common side effects of flu shots are soreness, redness and swelling at the shot site, according to MedicineNet. Fevers and aches are possible but less common. These side effects typically last no longer than two days. More »

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Some patients experience temporary pain at the injection sight, muscle aches, headache or dizziness following a flu shot, according to Healthline. Severe allergic reactions leading to hives, trouble breathing, weakness a... More »

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The risks of getting a flu shot include severe allergic reactions and even death, although the odds are infinitesimal, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Side effects may include low-grade fever, rednes... More »

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