User Reviews for Rabies vaccine, human diploid cell
Also known as: Imovax Rabies
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Reviews for Rabies vaccine, human diploid cell to treat Rabies Prophylaxis
"Was bitten by a raccoon four days ago. We dispatched the animal, compromising the brain which was needed for testing. Rabies has still not been verified. Needless to say I received my second dosage of Rabavert today. First shots were difficult, being injected directly into each and every puncture wound. Second dose was completely painless tiny shot in upper arm. Am experiencing muscle pain at site but nothing major. I admit to being tired, achy, and my thinking is not very clear. However, I wouldn't miss next two doses if my life depended on it, which in my case could very well be. Grateful to be fortunate enough to have medicine that may save me from certain death."
Once Bitten (taken for less than 1 month) March 2, 2016
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