Hello, doctor. When I was sleeping at night a few days ago, my neck suddenly itched and I scratched a lot in the back. But the next morning, I looked at it and there were two rashes on my skin. There was a little wound similar to the needle eye of an insect in the first place and a little rash in the second place. I looked carefully. The wound was only the same as the needle eye in the first place. I went to the emergency department of the municipal hospital later, I asked the doctor if it seemed to be bitten by insects, but at that time, the doctor said it was a little ugly because of crusting, and later gave me some medicine to relieve itching. Now I'm a little worried that it was bitten by mice, but according to my own judgment, it shouldn't be, because I didn't feel special pain at night, and only scratched for a while. I'm still a little worried about whether I've been bitten by a mouse. I'm worried that I'll be vaccinated against rabies. I'm a little anxious at present. I want to ask the doctor if I need to be anxious?
First of all, you can't judge that you must have been bitten by a mouse. In this case, it is not recommended to take rabies vaccine. Although mice also carry rabies virus. But the amount is not as much as that of cats and dogs, and the rabies vaccine has no side effects on the body. Generally, the skin after being bitten by mice is not necessarily itchy. In this case, rabies vaccine is not recommended. Do a good job in local disinfection. Symptomatic treatment is enough
Treat the wound symptomatically and observe the condition of the wound. If there are other discomfort symptoms, the hospital should check them as soon as possible. After a clear diagnosis, treat and alleviate the symptoms in time according to the condition. Eat light food, avoid spicy food, tobacco and alcohol, avoid overwork and prevent wound infection. If there are other discomfort symptoms, the hospital should check and treat them as soon as possible to alleviate the symptoms.
Hello, mice are low-risk animals. Generally, they will not carry rabies virus. Considering your situation, it may be insect biting dermatitis caused by mosquito bites, not mouse bites. Even mouse bites will not be infected with rabies virus. There is no need to worry