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A 29-year-old male asked:

my sore throat does not go away after 4 dose of rabies vaccination . what should i do ? whenever i take vaccine i get chills and fever.1 dose left.

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Dr. Vitaliy Krol
Infectious Disease 19 years experience
Pharyngitis: i don't think sore throat related to rabies vaccine. It's normal to have flu-like symptoms with any vaccination such as fatigue , fever, headache, myalgia, dizziness, malaise, arthralgia. You may even get swollen lymph nodes in a neck area, but should not get just sore throat, please see you doctor to rule out pharyngitis such as strep infection
Dr. Stephen Rothstein
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Throat: Have your throat checked and cultured to make sure you dont have another infection at the same time such as strep

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Dr. Cornelia Franz
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Infection: You have an illness...Probably viral (because most illnesses are). Strep throat can also produce those symptoms. It is always a good choice to be seen when you feel so awful...If ears hurt too it could be an ear infection and having treatment choices is very helpful. Make an appointment to be seen.

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