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  1. Lyme Disease Rashes and Look-alikes | Lyme Disease | CDC

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    Jun 30, 2020 · Various photos of Lyme rashes and skin conditions that are not Lyme related. How to distinguish a Lyme disease rash from look-alikes. Skip directly to site content Skip directly to page options Skip directly to A-Z link

  2. Lyme disease - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic

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    Lyme disease rash. People with Lyme disease may experience a characteristic bull's-eye rash. The rash gradually spreads over a period of days and may eventually reach up to 12 inches (30 centimeters) across.

  3. Lyme disease rash: Symptoms, stages, and identification

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    Oct 25, 2018 · Lyme disease can result from the bite of a black-legged tick that is carrying the bacterium.. In the early stages of the disease, around 70–80 percent of people develop a rash that resembles a ...

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  4. 13 Signs and Symptoms of Lyme Disease

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    • Rashes. The signature rash of a Lyme tick bite looks like a solid red oval or a bull’s-eye. It can appear anywhere on your body. The bull’s-eye has a central red spot, surrounded by a clear circle with a wide red circle on the outside.
    • Fatigue. Whether or not you see the tick bite or the classic Lyme rash, your early symptoms are likely to be flu-like. Symptoms are often cyclical, waxing and waning every few weeks (12).
    • Achy, stiff, or swollen joints. Joint pain and stiffness, often intermittent, are early Lyme symptoms. Your joints may be inflamed, warm to the touch, painful, and swollen.
    • Headaches, dizziness, fever. Other common flu-like symptoms are headaches, dizziness, fever, muscle pain, and malaise. About 50 percent of people with Lyme disease have flu-like symptoms within a week of their infection (18).
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  5. Signs and symptoms of Lyme disease | CDC

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    Apr 13, 2020 · Untreated Lyme disease can produce a wide range of symptoms, depending on the stage of infection. These include fever, rash, facial paralysis, and arthritis. Early Signs and Symptoms (3 to 30 Days After Tick Bite)

  6. Lyme Disease Pictures: Causes, Tests, Prevention, & More

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    • What Is Lyme Disease? Lyme disease is an infection that is transmitted through the bite of a tick infected with a bacterium called Borrelia burgdorferi.
    • Symptoms: Early Stage. Within one to four weeks of being bitten by an infected tick, most people will experience some symptoms of Lyme disease. A circular, expanding rash (called erythema migrans) at the site of the bite develops in about 70%-80% of cases.
    • Symptoms: As the Infection Spreads. If the disease is not detected and treated in its early stages, it can extend to more areas of the body, affecting the joints, heart, and nervous system (after several weeks to months after the initial bite).
    • Symptoms: Late-Stage Disease. This is the most serious stage of the disease, when treatment was either not successful or never started (usually occurring many months after the initial bite).
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  8. Signs of Lyme disease that appear on your skin

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    Lyme disease is caused by a bite from a black-legged tick. If you are bitten by this tick and develop Lyme disease, you may see a bull’s-eye rash. It’s a common sign of Lyme disease, but it’s not the only sign. Lyme disease occurs in stages. Here’s what you may see on your skin during each stage. Stage 1: Quickly expanding rash

    • Does the Lyme Disease rash ALWAYS expand?

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      Your picture doesn't look like the "classic Lyme bull's-eye." However, not everyone with Lyme gets a rash at all, and some get rashes that are different. So, you need to consider these questions: Are you aware of having had a tick bite?...

    • How long does a lyme disease rash last?

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      It is painful to read this. Lyme does not affect everybody the same way. There are many sub-strains. I would, as soon as possible contact ILADS, and LYMENET. My rash lasted for a few weeks, went away, came back about 6 or 9 months later. I...

    • Why is ANOTHER Lymes disease bullseye rash appearing 3 years later and...

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      Yes, this rash could have occurred because of another tick-bite. It could also be a re-occurrence of the earlier infection, particularly since your son was initially only treated for two months. Of course, you should take your son to see...

  9. Picture of Lyme Disease - WebMD

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    Lyme disease is a bacterial infection transmitted by the deer tick. Lyme disease was first recognized in 1975 after researchers investigated why unusually large numbers of children were being ...

  10. Lyme disease - Wikipedia

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    Lyme disease, also known as Lyme borreliosis, is an infectious disease caused by the Borrelia bacterium which is spread by ticks. The most common sign of infection is an expanding red rash, known as erythema migrans, that appears at the site of the tick bite about a week after it occurred.

  11. What Does Lyme Disease Rash Look Like? | New Health Advisor

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    Lyme disease can be very difficult to diagnose. Ticks on humans not only transmit Lyme disease, but other infections too. If you get bit and develop a Lyme disease rash, this is singlehandedly the best and most accurate way to diagnose Lyme. If you have the rash, the doctor will start treatment right away.