Watch as our Patient Talk contributor, Brandi, offers her advice about what to do when a tick bites you. Her son, Corey, was bitten at the age of three. Most people think that the “bulls-eye” rash is the only indicator of Lyme disease. Not everybody develops a rash, so people need to be aware of fevers, migrating joint pain and an overall felling of a “summer flu” when thinking about the ramifications of a tick bite. Remember that Lyme disease is everywhere!
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