Got my annual shot a week ago and been bad. I never even felt the shot which is unusual for any. A few days later arm started hurting and lost mobility rest of the week, can't raise above stomach level. Putting on a shirt or turning a steering wheel a joke. I finally looked at location of shot since they placed a round band aid on it and it was very high on shoulder. I began showing others including 2 nurses at VA who said "who did that, that's way too high". Reach around with your left hand and touch the bone on your right shoulder, then imagine a shot going in right below it where not much meat. And it should be 2-3 inches lower by standards. I'm not blaming the flu shot itself but the location of injection. That nurse needs more schooling. My right arm is kinda useless right now. A friend says I better hope I don't have SIRVA.