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Thanks for writing.
I am Dr.Saddiq ul Abidin. I have read you question completely, i understand your concern and will try to help you in best way possible.
It would have been appropriate, if we had known the exact location and extent of the injury
including degree of exposure and depth of wound, as these are necessary to decide whether, only anti rabies vaccine
is sufficient, or you need to have anti rabies serum (immunogloublins) too. But since it has been more than two months since the incidence occurred, now you are safely out of the incubation period
of rabies and symptoms you have mentioned are not related to rabies either.
You can however experience the tingling sensation
in right toe, if the injury had involved your nerve tissue supplying that area, but it is difficult to comment with surety as we don't know the site of the injury.
Also that light headaches
you are having, may be entirely separate entity and has got nothing to do with the previous incidence. You can try getting good sleep, some healthy outdoor activity, social gatherings decrease smoking
and alcohol, gradually as both have been shown to have harmful after effects. If you still experience headaches, try taking an acetaminophen
tablet, and if symptoms persist despite following the measures suggested above, try to visit a doctor and get a complete examination done.
I hope this answered your question.If you have more queries I am happy to answer.Otherwise rate and close the discussion
Dr.Saddiq ul Abidin
M.B.B.S (Licensed Family Physician)