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Many People Don’t Realize They’ve Been Bitten by a Tick Until Too Late

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However, with a bug as tiny as a tick, people often don’t notice it or the bite until long past those first 36 hours. After a person has been bitten by an infected tick, an early sign of Lyme Disease is the skin’s reaction to the bite. Between three and 30 days after the tick has been removed, a red area expands around the bite with a cleared-up bullseye in the center. It generally isn’t itchy or painful, but instead just warm to the touch.

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