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Dog bite - Rabies fear
A stray dog bit me in my forearm 22 days ago. I took ARV as ID dose in gov hospital on the day of dog bite, two days later I took RIG in a private hospital. From second dose I have been given ARV as IM dose in private hospital. As if now completed fours doses of ARV. I have no symptoms. The dog is alive and behaving normaly till today(22 days). Am I safe from rabies since my doses are changed from ID to IM also delayed RIG by 2 days?
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Hello sir, Needs proper history and discussion, please consult on whats app no nine eight seven one three seven zero five one seven
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No problem It can be given that way also
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No problem with diffident routes of injection ...3 doses are enough if dog is healthy and observable for 10 days
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