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lyme disease Symptom check list

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What Are the Signs Of lyme disease?

A: lyme disease is a bacterial disease transmitted by the bite of several United States tick species, including the deer tick, the lone star tick, and the American dog tick. Signs of lyme disease fall into two categories. early lyme disease symptoms follow a pattern of flu-like symptoms accompanied by a rash, while late-stage signs of disseminated lyme disease include fatigue and neurological symptoms. The earliest of the signs of lyme disease is the characteristic lyme
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What is lyme disease and how can it be found in your system?

A: lyme disease is transmitted to humans by the bite of infected ticks. Symptoms include fever, headache, fatigue, and a skin rash called erythema migrans. Infection can spread to joints, the heart, and the nervous system. lyme disease is diagnosed based on symptoms, physical findings (e.g., rash), and the possibility of exposure to infected ticks. Most cases of lyme disease can be treated successfully with a few weeks of antibiotics. Steps to prevent lyme disease include using insect repellent, removing ticks promptly, landscaping, and integrated pest management. The ticks that transmit

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What Should I Expect After a lyme disease Diagnosis?

A: lyme disease diagnosis may occur when people first get ill, or later on, and the disease occurs generally after a person is bitten with a lyme-infected tick. Those who are initially infected do not necessarily have immediate or noticed aspects of the disease, though most do. In particular, the bullís-eye rash that follows a tick bite is a good indication, and many people find ticks attached to them and have them tested for lyme disease so they will know to get treatment if a tick tests positive. As lyme disease progresses, symptoms usually increase in expression and...
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What Are the Different Types of lyme disease Antibiotics?

A: lyme disease is caused by the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria that live in deer ticks and are passed on to humans via tick bites. Symptoms vary, but may include a red bump and rash resembling a bull''s-eye, flu-like symptoms, joint pain, and neurological problems. The different type of lyme disease antibiotics include doxycycline, amoxicillin, and cefuroxime. Possible side effects are nausea, diarrhea, infection, or low white blood cell count. If conventional antibiotics are ineffective, the doctor may recommend herbal antibiotics which have been shown in some studies to effectively treat the disease. Treatment for lyme

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What Are the Most Common lyme disease Effects?

A: lyme disease is a bacterial infection that is transmitted to the body through the bite of certain types of ticks. When discussing the most common lyme disease effects, itís important to note each person getting this disease may have slightly different reactions. The presence or lack of presence of a symptom doesnít indicate wellness or illness, and those who think they have this condition should always seek medical attention. In early stages, many people are able to suspect they have or will get this condition if they remove a lyme tick from the body. Those people leaving in areas where the illness is common should...
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Do People Who Have lyme disease Get Tired A Lot?

A: Yes, one symptom of lyme disease being tired alot. one of the 1st things that doctors will ask if you are tired alot the symptoms of the flu and include chills, fever, headaches, and pain are similar to lyme. See your doctor to determine the specific cause of your fatigue Ticks this season are more dangerous than ever. The rates of lyme disease have increased. Therefore, since you have been bitten, you are at risk. lyme disease does make the host tired and can lead to lower energy than normal. See a doctor immediately. You should address this right away, do not waste time. Get tested, yes, but get on 30 days of...


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Do People Who Have lyme disease Get Tired A Lot?

A: Yes, one symptom of lyme disease being tired alot. one of the 1st things that doctors will ask if you are tired alot the symptoms of the flu and include chills, fever, headaches, and pain are similar to lyme. See your doctor to determine the specific cause of your fatigue Ticks this season are more dangerous than ever. The rates of lyme disease have increased. Therefore, since you have been bitten, you are at risk. lyme disease does make the host tired and can lead to lower energy than normal. See a doctor immediately. You should address this right away, do not waste time. Get tested, yes, but get on 30 days of...


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Unusual way to get lyme disease

A: Hi, Joanne... When it comes to lyme, I"ve learned NOT to dismiss anything as a possibility. If both girls are in their 20"s and have lyme, there have been plenty of opportunities in their lives to contract lyme. You didn"t indicate if they have been experiencing symptoms since infancy. People get bitten by insects all the time and the bites go unnoticed so this could have happened to both of them. Besides ticks, mosquitoes, fleas and other blood-sucking insects can carry this bacteria. I really have no idea how I got it as I work in an office all day, do not recall a bite, did not get a rash or flu-like illness. I was just blind-sided by bizarre symptoms that took me two years to figure out. And to top it...
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Are their diferant types of lyme disease?

A: there are different and its very very bad to get. its uncurable. you should research it..wikipedia.com i don''t think so, i think there different stages of it try looking it up @ www.webmd.com they are really great for things like that good luck There are no different types, but symptoms varie from person to person. THis is sort of a tricky question to answer because the term "lyme disease" is only really used in the United States (& Canada). It''s known as LB in Europe & similar terms in other locales around the Northern hemisphere. There are several geno-species of the borrelia ("Borrelia Burgdorferi") that result in lyme infection. 3 well-known ones are: 1)Borrelia Burgdorferi Senso...


 
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