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Had an encounter with bats. Why are ears whistling?

Hi I m 12. Today i went to the park with my friends and as I was coming home (it was dark) 3 wild bats came out of this field and one of them attacked my mobile my hand and came up to my face. I didn t feel him bite me or anything. I came home I took a shower with antibacterial soap and i also wahsed my hair with it. Now after about an hour and a half im feeling really thirsty(I drank a litre of water i m still thirsty but I feel like I m going to explode), im feeling nauseous, i have an unbearable headache , my ear is itching (it has like a small scratch on it but its not bleeding so i dont think it was the bat), my ear is wisthling and i feel like i just a giant meal (I havent ate anything since 5hrs ago)... What could this be? Am I dying? : ( I haven t told anyone yet as only my younger sister is at home.
Asked On : Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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hello,history of bat exposure and injury to ur hand are one of the predisposing factors for rabies.Chances of rabies spread through bats is high.U need to take prophlyatic rabies vaccine.It is a deadly disease.kindly consult your nearest doctor as early as possible.
Answered: Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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