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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Tick-Borne Diseases Lyme Disease Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Lyme disease is caused by Borrelia Burgdorferi. It's transmitted to human through the bite of theblacklegged tick. Symptoms are fever, headache and skin rash. If you experience these symptomsyou should get a laboratory blood test which will determine if you have Lyme Disease. If its left untreated, severe arthritis and mood disturbance and loss of concentration will occur, maybe evenlife-threatening which is very rare. Anyone can get Lyme Disease no matter the age. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever caused by the bacterium Rickettsia rickettssii. Transmitted to humans by the bite of infected tick species. Symptoms begin 2-4 days after being bit. Such as, rash, fever,vomiting, nausea, muscle pain. etc. Due to the complexity of this disease it's very difficult to diagnosesomeone of having RMSF because it appears negative the first 7-10 days of illness. if it's not treated it can cause you have serious damage to the internal organs, such as kidneys and hearts. This diseasedamages the lining of the smallest blood vessels causing the vessels to leak or form clots, which causes inflammation of brain, heart, lungs, kidney failure and death. The highest age group to get RMSF is around the ages 55-59 and 60-64 years old. Lone Star Tick There's no name for the disease caused by getting bite by a Lone Star tick. Getting bite by a Lone Star tick will cause you to be extremely allergic to red meat without you knowing that you could die from eating red meat. There's also symptoms such as hives, swelling, vomiting, diarrhea, trouble breathing, and drop in blood pressure.This tick has alpha-gal sugar in its guts so once it bites you that enters your body and causes your antibody to cross-react to meat. Eating red meat after being bite can cause a person to go into anaphylactic shock for 4-6 hours.Anybody can be effected by the Lone Star tick. The biggest complication is death and the swelling of your tongue. Connecticut Rhode IslandDelaware VirginiaMaine VermontMaryland NJ WisconsinNew York New HampshireMinnesota Masschus. CanadaMexicoCentral AmericaSouth America North CarolinaTennesseeVirginia
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