Well, I went ahead "googled" it for you, because I don't have the rabies fear. Without saying too much, the good news is that it does state, "The acute period of disease typically ends after 2 to 10 days." You said this dates back to January 11th (2013), and it is now March 8th. If you had this, you would know it without question, based on what I read. Of course, the obligatory disclaimer here is that I am not a doctor.
I personally think you're out of the woods on this one. No pun intended. Now, the question is, why are you fearing rabies? Do you have a racoon, rodent, or bat in your home? Did you have an encounter with wildlife, recently, in the past? Okay...just a moment...I just read your prior post on this, from January. Sounds like you're not sure. Well, two bite/poke marks sound like a spider. Those southern house spiders, or wolf spiders, can be very large, and they do have fangs, though their bit is nothing substantially concerning. True teeth marks would most likely have a circular shape, to indicate a top and bottom row.
I kind of sympathize with this post because my very first official panic attack started over a fear of bees. Of course, later on down the road, I realized that it was only a cover, or distraction, from a deeper fear and problem.