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Bitten by a dog, minor leg pain, wound pain. Taking anti rabies vaccine. Treatment?

sir/madam i was biten by a dog in Gulf country before 6 months and i have taken 3 anti rabies vaccine after 3 days of bite but after 1 month a miner pain started in my leg and still going on ...pain and burning is always increase when i m sitting on chair and also feeling miner pain where dog biten when i m sitting in indian style..some times there is no pain but start again..i dont know what is the reason.. can any one know about it s reason
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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Radiologist 's  Response

Firstly, has the dog been vaccinated?
Secondly, have you taken anti tetanus injections and antibiotic for the wound?
pain in the site of the bite signifies possible delayed healing due to uncontrolled infection or a too deep laceration that would take time to completely heal.
Pain relievers may help but if the wound is still open or not healed, you may consult a nearby hospital for dressing and further evaluation of the wound.
Thank you,

Dr. Eric
Answered: Mon, 7 Oct 2013
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