Hello all! I am new here, so I apologize in advance for any formatting or etiquette of which I may be unaware. I didn't really have symptoms of severe anxiety or hypochondria more than about 6 months ago, but this is worrying me greatly and I can't seem to find a consistent opinion. I went on a trip to Cusuco National Park, Honduras about 12 weeks ago, and the during last two nights, my tent had to be held closed rather shoddily by duct tape. I wasn't the last one to close up the tent and lately I've had a brutal feeling of anxiety that it wasn't closed all the way, and I could have been bitten by a bat. I only saw a bat around the base camp once throughout two weeks, but nevertheless, this is freaking me out. I did feel a sharp pain during the night once throughout the trip, but I remember feeling around for a bat and finding nothing. I don't even remember if that was the one of the nights my tent was compromised, but I feel like the anxiety has caused me to almost create new memories of the events.
I wasn't worried about this until 9 weeks after the trip, at which point I panicked and went to the hospital, where I recieved 4 doses of the vaccine over 2 weeks, but was not given immunoglobulin (which I understand is for short term protection), as my experience did not count as a true "exposure". I completed the set of shots about 11 days ago.
At this point, I don't think I have any reason to be afraid, as I believe (and correct me if I'm wrong), the vaccine should protect me as long as I received it before the onset of symptoms. I haven't even had any symptoms, but nevertheless the fear remains that I was vaccinated too late, or that it won't work because I didn't receive immunoglobulin. This is all I think about now. It's effecting my grades, my quality of life, everything.
Any helpful advice or support would be greatly appreciated..