I'm not a chiropractor or in the health field, but I would definitely go back and talk to the chiropractor asap about this.
The sore part is basically just unused/misused muscles complaining about being brought back into action - like playing tennis for the 1st time in years. For my husband, that pain mainly passed after 3 or 4 adjustments. I was in such pain before seeing my doctor I honestly didn't notice the aches after adjustment, but my doctor warned me that I may feel them.
Why did you start at a chiropractor and what did they find at the original diagnosis? Do you have any other health issues that could be causing the symptoms?
Most importantly, what does your chiropractor say about the tiredness, weakness, and dizzyness?
These are definitely conditions/reactions that the chiropractor needs to handle. If they don't or if they shrug them off, See Another Chiropractor.
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