It is always a good idea to do regular self-inspections for ticks. You can pick them up in the most unlikely places such as walking through a parking lot. Be sure to check the hairline, inside and behind ears, back of neck, armpits, inside belly button, around waistline, groin, legs, behind knees, and between toes.
Even if a tick is attached, it takes a while for it to have taken a blood meal and be able to transmit Lyme disease. The typical time from is 36-48 hours of feeding. In addition to Lyme disease, ticks carry diseases such as Tularemia, Spotted fever, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever, Ehrichiosis ewingi infection, Babesiosis, Relapsing fever, Colorado tick fever, Tick-borne encephalitis, Powassan encephalitis, Human granulocytic anaplasmosis, Ehrlichiosis, Southern tick-associated rash illness, Human monocytotropic ehrlichiosis, Baggio-Yoshinari syndrome, RMSF, Anaplasmosis, Tick paralysis, Boutonneuse fever.
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