What Does a Deer Tick Bite Look like?

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Deer tick bites will present themselves as a small red circle on the skin with a tiny puncture mark in the center, though the wound itself may not be initially visible due to the small size of deer ticks. If a deer tick bite is suspected, a doctor should be notified immediately.
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Tick bites are often painless and can have no symptoms after the tick falls off, but they can result in itching, burning and pain. If the tick is discovered before it falls off, it can be removed.
A deer tick bite will be a small red dot at the site of the bite. If you develop a rash around the bite and or develop a fever, you should see your doctor.
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