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    kinda off topic
    isaber540 posted:
    im really sorry, i know that this is not the right area to ask but i dont know how to navigate this site, i sincerly appoligize. i got a deep puncter wound to my hand by a chrome plated new used screwdriver about a week ago. im not sure when i got a tetnus shot. my wound didnt get infected so i figured id be ok. am i still at risk? i randomly woke up with a fever this morning. im so scared i dont want to die.
    billh99 responded:
    The internet is not the place to get information for problems like this, for many reasons.

    You need to be seen by a doctor. If your doctor is not available go to urgent care.

    Tetnus is not the only possible problem.

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