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Hello! I have been bit by a thick, but I still don’t know if I caught something. I found a tick on my neck, and I was wondering what types of rash may develop during lyme disease?

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Hi there! Some of the people who suffer from lyme disease don’t even develop the rash. The rash can be spotted at site of bite, on other parts of your body, the rash can be basically circular and spreading out, and disappearing and recurring. The statistics say that the bull's-eye rash (erythema migrans) of lyme disease occurs in only 30% + cases so no evidence or recall of a rash doesn’t mean no lyme disease to the clinician. The rash may vary greatly in both size and appearance. There may be more than one on the body (several at one time).
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