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Diabetic, vaccinated, had a dog bite on thumb, bleeding. Dog suffering from pirus. Chances of infection ?

My dog is vaccinated with anti rabies injunction. I am a diabetic patient. Last time when he bite me, I have taken the anti rabies injunction about two months ago and completed the course at Government Hospital. My son, daughter were also vaccinated with anti rabies. The dog is about four months kid at that time when he bite first time, then he was not vaccinated. After vaccinated with anti rabbies, he again bite me, my children. We have only taken the TT Injunction. Today again he bite me on my right thumb and blood came, He also bite my daughter on her right fist. Now, he is suffering with viral Infection called pirus (heavy vomiting ,loose motions, loss of energy and not eating and drinking any thing). since last 7 days and treatment is going on. Is there any complications to me about rabies or any type. He is also biting my family members. We are all have taken the anti rabies vaccination . Please guide me, what I can do? I need fee answer.
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response
Hi there,
Welcome to HCM.
As your dog is vaccinated against rabies, there is less chance of you getting rabies. But it is not normal that a pet dog is attacking the family members repeatedly. Dogs also suffer very badly from parvo virus infection in which the dog has severe loose motions, vomiting and is irritable. This infection can be fatal to your dog if not treated immediately. I suggest you get in touch with his vet and get him examined thoroughly. Coming to your wound, any bite wound should be washed properly under running water with lots of soap. Do not cover the wound. Apply antibacterial cream over it. As you are diabetic you should be very careful as there is delayed wound healing in diabetics. If wound does not heal within a week, get in touch with your doctor for examination and therapy. Thanks.
Answered: Sun, 29 Sep 2013
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