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Had I Known The Lyme Disease Symptoms Earlier, I'd Have Avoided Complications

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Early symptoms of Lyme disease you should know

Lyme disease is an infectious disease caused by bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi. The infection transmitted to people when an infected tick bites them. The disease affects the nervous and cardiovascular systems, as well as the skin. What are the symptoms of this disease and what do you need to do to not get infected? Watch our video to find out!

Ticks infected with spirochete bacteria transmit Lyme disease. A tick may bite you when you go to a forest or a park.

The first and most striking symptom is the bull's eye rash. Contact your doctor immediately!

Symptoms similar to the common cold appear a few weeks after the bite. You may suffer from fever or chills, sore throat, and headaches.

Infection affects the heart and brain when left untreated. Patients suffer from problems with memory and speech disorders.

Pain and swelling in joints are the early symptoms of Lyme disease.

Infection can cause increased sensitivity to light and vision changes.

See your doctor immediately when you notice these symptoms. Many complications can be prevented with early diagnosis and treatment.

To prevent tick bites, wear tight clothing and long pants, use repellents and never remove the tick by yourself.

Have you experienced this disease? What other symptoms do you know? Share with us in the comment section below!

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