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Rabies PEP, taking Imovax. Should it be a pink red color after reconstitution?

I was just curious, but I receive rabies PEP and I saw they were giving me Imovax. 1) Does Imovax need to be a pink-red color after reconstitution or can it be clear? Mainly because all of the PEP shots I received were clear and I was concerned because package information says it should be red-pink? Also I had a re-exposure and the Infectious Dr. on call only recommended 1 booster of HDCV because my PEP was 3 months ago. Does that sounds right or should I question this?
Asked On : Sat, 24 Mar 2012
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Thanks for writing to healthcare magic.
Imovax needs to be red pink which indicates proper temperature is not maintained
One more dose of HDCV is more than sufficient
Dont worry
Wishing you great health
Have a pleasant day
Answered: Mon, 6 Jan 2014
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