You may experience some redness and swelling at the site of injection but you should not have a wound from the vaccine. You may have an infection or be experiencing an allergic reaction. Go to your doctor or vaccine clinic and have your wound examined.
Needles are very sharp and tend to not hurt more than a "pinch" when passing the skin, if at all. There are creams and patches that numb the skin and can be applied 15-30 minutes before the shot. Vaccines are kept cold and you are probably feeling the cold solution going into warm muscle and unfortunately this can't be avoided.
Continue to get vaccines to protect yourself from serious illnesses, unless advised by your doctor of health nurse. Keep us updated :o)
But if in street. I am going and someone jab needle to my muscle, or somewhere in body. It can be that i can't feel any pain and don't know what I was jabed with needle and maybe infected with some disease?
A needle stick injury is totally different. Your wound may be abcess caused by bacteria that was on the needle. If you don't know who has used the needle then you are at risk for diseases. You should go to doctor and get tested. How long ago did this happen? Some diseases take weeks to show up in a blood test. I will pray for you. If you would like to discuss your situation please feel free to send me a message.
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