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Rabies Vaccination

Get your Rabies vaccination to prevent an infection prior to travelling to a high risk area.

  • 15 min
  • 70 British pounds
  • Upper Richmond Road West

Service Description

ABOUT: The rabies vaccine is used to prevent an infection prior to travelling to a high risk area. It is also used to prevent the illness from spreading to the nervous system after an animal bite. As medical treatment is not always readily available in countries with a high risk, you may need to protect yourself with a rabies injection before leaving the country. The pre-exposure rabies vaccine is administered with an intramuscular injection and consists of three doses. The three doses need to be given within a specific time period, so you should begin the treatment at least one month before travelling. You will receive the second dose 7 days after the first, the third dose should be received on the 28th day. If there isn’t enough time then the third dose can be administered on the 21st day. COURSE: The course consists of three vaccines. The second dose is given seven days after the first dose. The third dose should be given three weeks after the second dose. HOW IT IS GIVEN: Injection in the upper arm.

Contact Details

  • Dumlers Pharmacy - Private Walk-In Clinic I Ear Wax Microsuction Clinic, Upper Richmond Road West, London, UK

    020 8876 4603

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