The arthritis that can occur after vaccinations is usually transitory– meaning it goes away, generally after 6 weeks and at most 12. Thus even though your arthritis is being classified as not typical, it would seem unlikely related to the vaccination. There is no assocation between true RA and vaccinations of any kind.
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