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Ticks are especially active in the warmer months. How can I prevent tick bites? What symptoms should I watch out for if I’ve been bitten by a tick? Find answers to these and many other questions here.
Take action if you notice a skin rash or experience flu-like symptoms after being bitten by a tick: you may have contracted Lyme disease.
You should remove the tick as soon as you can. But there are some important points to remember. Certain symptoms should ring alarm bells.