I know this is a weird thing to pin, but tis the season, so this is what a Lyme infected tick bite rash (erythema migrans) looks like.

I know this is a weird thing to pin, but tis the season, so this is what a Lyme infected tick bite rash (erythema migrans) looks like.

Lyme Disease Bacteria from a tick bite also cause this. It can bring on fever, chills, tiredness, body aches, and a headache. Another sign is a “bull’s-eye” rash that’s clear in the middle and grows over a period of days -- it can be up to 12 inches across. The rashes -- there can be more than one -- don't necessarily show up near the bite. Lyme disease is treated with antibiotics, but some people still have aches and tiredness after finishing the drugs.

Lyme Disease Bacteria from a tick bite also cause this. It can bring on fever, chills, tiredness, body aches, and a headache. Another sign is a “bull’s-eye” rash that’s clear in the middle and grows over a period of days -- it can be up to 12 inches across. The rashes -- there can be more than one -- don't necessarily show up near the bite. Lyme disease is treated with antibiotics, but some people still have aches and tiredness after finishing the drugs.

Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Bacteria called R. rickettsii  cause it, and a tick bite is usually how you get it. Most of the symptoms are flu-like -- fever, chills, headache, nausea, insomnia, and muscle aches. A rash that doesn't itch can show up on your wrists and ankles after a few days, then spread. Antibiotics treat it, and the sooner you take them, the better. If not treated, it can lead to inflammation in your lungs, heart, and brain, then kidney failure.

Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Bacteria called R. rickettsii cause it, and a tick bite is usually how you get it. Most of the symptoms are flu-like -- fever, chills, headache, nausea, insomnia, and muscle aches. A rash that doesn't itch can show up on your wrists and ankles after a few days, then spread. Antibiotics treat it, and the sooner you take them, the better. If not treated, it can lead to inflammation in your lungs, heart, and brain, then kidney failure.

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Lyme disease, also known as Borreliosis, is a bacterial infection which is most common in the Northeast and Midwest United States. Lyme disease is usually spread through tick bites. It first causes a rash, headache, and fatigue, but can eventually become serious and affect the heart and nervous system. Early …

Lyme disease, also known as Borreliosis, is a bacterial infection which is most common in the Northeast and Midwest United States. Lyme disease is usually spread through tick bites. It first causes a rash, headache, and fatigue, but can eventually become serious and affect the heart and nervous system. Early …

Your Lyme iGuide - Fighting the scourge that is Lyme.  You will find valuable resources, blogs, articles and more - all about Lyme.  Here are a few interesting facts about Lyme:    - Fewer than 50% of patients with Lyme disease recall a tick bite.  - Fewer than 50% of patients with Lyme disease recall any rash.  - There are 5 subspecies of Borrelia burgdorferi, over 100 strains in the US, and 300 strains worldwide.

Your Lyme iGuide - Fighting the scourge that is Lyme. You will find valuable resources, blogs, articles and more - all about Lyme. Here are a few interesting facts about Lyme: - Fewer than 50% of patients with Lyme disease recall a tick bite. - Fewer than 50% of patients with Lyme disease recall any rash. - There are 5 subspecies of Borrelia burgdorferi, over 100 strains in the US, and 300 strains worldwide.

7 Types Of Rashes You Should Never Ignore! These Are The Warning Signs,What do bed bugs, tick bites and mosquito bites all have in common

7 Types Of Rashes You Should Never Ignore! These Are The Warning Signs

7 Types Of Rashes You Should Never Ignore! These Are The Warning Signs,What do bed bugs, tick bites and mosquito bites all have in common

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