I was scratched by a cat on my forehead in the afternoon of July 20, and received rabies vaccine at noon on the 22nd and immunoglobulin on the 25th.Recently, I've been experiencing stabbing pain near the wound for about 14 days now. When it hurts, it gets better when I press it with my hand, and when it hurts, it doesn't hurt very much.Could it be rabies?
According to the consultation, the skin on the chest before being scratched by the cat has been vaccinated with rabies vaccine and immunoglobulin.Rabies vaccination is the most effective measure to prevent rabies.You have been vaccinated and given immunoglobulin and there is no possibility of rabies virus infection.The localized tingling is related to nerve tension on multiple skin types.
Hello, July 20 afternoon by the cat scratched forehead, 22 noon rabies vaccine, 25 immunoglobulin, the recent wound near the tingling, has been about 14 days, consider the wound recovery before the normal reaction, not an attack of rabies, do not need to worry about fear
In general, it is not rabies, if there is chest pain, it is recommended to go to the hospital to check the better, if they do not appear afraid of light and water, there is no problem, so it is necessary to maintain a good state of mind, do not be too anxious nervous.