In 2018, he was caught by a cat and received five injections. In December 2020, he was bitten by a dog and received three booster injections. On August 26, 2021, he was caught by a cat and needed two injections to strengthen. However, he received the first injection. Urticaria started all over his body on the evening of the 27th. Today, the second injection should be strengthened on the 29th, but the urticaria did not disappear. He just started taking cephalosporin on the 26th. I don't know whether it is cephalosporin allergy or rabies vaccine allergy. The doctor won't let you play. Now you need to wait until urticaria is ready. Does it have an impact on rabies vaccine? How late can I play at most?
In your case, don't worry too much. It is recommended that you first subside your allergic reaction and then inject rabies vaccine again. In addition, your daily diet should be light, avoid spicy, irritating and greasy food, and pay more attention to rest. For example, some foods that are easy to cause hypersensitivity should be avoided as much as possible.
Hello, you were caught by a cat in 2018 and injected with five shots of rabies vaccine. You were bitten by a dog in December 2020 and received three booster shots. You were scratched by a cat on August 26, 2021. You need to inject two booster shots and the first shot. You have urticaria all over your body on the evening of the 27th. You need to inject the second shot of rabies vaccine on the 29th today. The earlier you inject rabies vaccine, the better. You can't wait for urticaria to get better
In the above situation, it should be OK to take the second shot of rabies vaccine a few days later. After all, you have antibodies in your body, which can be up to two weeks later. The work and rest of your life is regular. Don't stay up late and overwork, eat light food, and abstain from spicy and irritating food