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Why my daughter is having fear , palpitation and nervousness after been bitten by a dog ?

My 7 yrs old daughter was bitten by a 2mnths old shit zu,,,the dog was already injected a week ago of anti rabis after he bite my daughter,and she told me that she was bitten 4days ago,,,but she never had a sign of rabis infection mostly seen after you are bitten by a rabis dog,,but to make assure of her safety,i bring her in a public hospital which is for anti rabis vaccine ...she was injected 3 times dat day,anti tetanus , antibiotic and anti rabis,and the another one is after a week and the 3rd one is given again after a week,,but after a few days my daugther is having a palpitation ,and nervous..she often say of what she feared,feared of anything that hurts her,,asking if shes ok,kinda hallucinating when she get nervous,,why is it happining to her?
Asked On : Mon, 20 Feb 2012
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dear patient
your daughter informed you late that was the main problem...any ways maximum treatment was given by your doctor.
now you can assure your daughter that nothing is there and support her emotionally..
symptoms might be due to anxiety take her into confidence take her out and help her to forget this incidence.
everything will be all right
all the best
take care
Answered: Mon, 20 Feb 2012
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