All Lyme victims develop a “bull’s eye” rash.
Although rashes are fairly common, only 30% of Lyme patients report experiencing a rash, and only 9% develop the classic “bull’s eye” rash.
If a tick is removed within 24 hours, the chances of it transmitting Lyme disease or other infections are less.
Not all tick removal methods are safe. Certain removal methods may increase your chances of contracting Lyme disease.Safe Tick Removal