rabies san lazaroBeware of too-much-happy-and-I’m-excited-to-see-my-lovely-owner dogs, they might bite you! X( Every morning our dogs are always excited to see me leave the house and they would sneak out because they want to mingle with their doggy pals outside X( But yesterday, one of our dogs bit me! It’s not really a bite, just a scratch, thank God. I immediately filed a leave in the office so I can go to San Lazaro Hospital to get my anti-rabies shots. My mother strongly believe that it’s nothing serious, that she wants me not to think about it and the rabies will just go away, lol. But I don’t want to risk my life, rabies is an ugly virus. I’m not even sure if my money will be enough until the next payday, but I don’t care! Lol.

San Lazaro General Hospital located at Quiricada St., Sta. Cruz, Manila *shivers*

First destination: Fill up some forms. Don’t forget to bring your own pen if you don’t want to buy their 7 peso ballpen. After you filled up the forms, go to the cashier and pay 50 pesos, for the OPD card. Then wait until they call your name.

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That male nurse has a very loud and strong voice, the Bibi calls him the “Umalohokan” lol google it.

Second destination: Give your form to the security guard and wait until he calls you. When you hear your name called, go inside and wait again for the attending doctor to call you. The doctor will ask you questions and after that he/she will give you a prescription.
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Third destination: Go outside and look for the Pharmacy’s assessment window and show your prescription. Then go back inside the building and look for the cashier and pay for the vials and syringe.
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Fourth destination: Present your receipt and forms to the Injection Area, then wait AGAIN outside until they call your name.
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Finally, after the long lines and endless waiting, GIVE IT TO ME!!! X(
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lol, I looked constipated here.