What Does a Normal Tick Bite Look like?

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A normal tick bite looks like a little red swollen lump on the skin. However, if you were bitten by a tick with lyme, you may also see a bulls eye around the bite area.
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A bite from a tick can sometimes not be identified right away. A tick bite resembles a mosquito bite, but it will appear to look about a quarter size of a mosquito bite.
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1. Cleanse the bite. Wash the affected bite area with antibacterial soap and water. Allow the area to dry. 2. Thoroughly treat the bite with rubbing alcohol. Dip a cotton ball into
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Ever asked yourself, "What does a tick bite look like?" These stealthy pests can be carriers of serious diseases like Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Quick
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While you should always consult your doctor in tick bite cases, you should also be able to find a plethora of images online. Many books on the subject may also be of help.
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