Is your spider bite Lyme disease ?
The symptoms doctors are missing
Don't rely on a rash. While a bull's eye rash definitely signals Lyme, less than half of infected people actually show that early sign. If you're showing flu-like symptoms, go to the doctor. You're most likely to contract Lyme in New England, the Mid-Atlantic states, or the Great Lakes region, so let your doctor know if you've recently traveled to those areas.
Remove it right. Don't cover it with clear nail polish or try any other old wives' tales. Get sharp tweezers and remove it like this.
Know the enemy. Different ticks carry different diseases. Know which ones are prevalent in your area, what they look like in different stages, and potential diseases they carry by checking out this Tick Identification Chart.
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