Hello, at lunch in the evening, I ate some meatballs, and then found that the meatballs contained pepper. I just finished the second injection of rabies vaccine the day before yesterday. Will there be a problem?
Hello, according to the question you asked, eating pepper after rabies vaccination will not have any impact on the drug effect. The key is that these spicy and irritant foods are easy to delay wound healing. Therefore, it is suggested that it is best to avoid spicy and irritant foods and quit smoking and alcohol.
Hello, what you said was that after the second injection of rabies vaccine the day before yesterday, I ate some meatballs at lunch this afternoon and found pepper in the meatballs. This situation is generally no problem and does not affect the immune effect of rabies vaccine. I need to avoid wine and spicy and irritating food.
In general, as long as you don't use too much irritant food and a little food such as tobacco, alcohol and strong tea, you don't have a great impact on it, but you should pay attention to the diet as much as possible. If you're worried, you can know the rabies virus antibody test one month after the rabies vaccine is injected for a complete course of treatment. If you have antibodies, you don't have to worry too much