Hey, sorry if this is in the wrong spot! I was just wondering something. Me and my buddy went for a walk on the train tracks earlier, we found a bone of some animal. So I broke it in half, it sorta scratched me. It did not draw blood or anything or even leave a mark. Not that I can see anyhow, I just sorta felt it scratch. Like I said no blood nuttin. Just wondering if I should worry about this at all.
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replied April 2nd, 2008
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You don't need to worry for contracting rabies. High-risk exposures for rabies consist of contact with saliva (animal bite) or infected CNS tissue of an animal.
Have you noticed some changes on the scratched place? How many days have passed since the contact with bone?
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replied April 5th, 2008
Hello, thank you very much for your reply! It happened about last week, no changes in the scratch area at all!
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replied April 7th, 2008
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You are welcome!
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