Bitten By A Cat?
In the evening I want to ask 3 months ago I was bitten by a cat. The first time I was bitten, I went straight to the doctor and given a sutikan. But that’s just one time, now my legs are often tingling, my spine hurts. Recently, my chest also hurts. is it a danger.
Cat bites can cause infection or rabies. However, not all cats cause this, and if a cat bite is only a scratch then it does not cause rabies. After the cat bite, if necessary, then an antitetanus injection is performed once.
From the situation you are experiencing, tingling feet accompanied by back and chest pain are not related to the incidence of cat bites 3 months ago. The condition you are experiencing may be caused by several conditions such as:
lack of rest
vitamin B deficiency
Acid reflux disease
Peripheral blood vessel disorders
One of the causes that can cause your condition is vitamin B deficiency. B vitamins are very important for the health of the nervous system in the body. A deficiency in B vitamins can lead to neurological dysfunction, which can cause symptoms such as tingling, numbness, and possibly pain in other parts of the body.
But to ascertain the exact cause of the condition you are experiencing, then you should see a doctor directly so that the doctor can check your condition directly. Thus later the doctor can provide the right therapy.
It is recommended that you consume foods that are high in B vitamins such as nuts, milk, fish, meat. Exercise regularly, and don't smoke. Don't eat foods that are too acidic and spicy, and don't lie down immediately after eating.
Here's an article you can read about Rabies
may be useful. Thank you