|Admin. Asst. Abigail's Mosquito & Tick Primer|
To Reduce Exposure to Mosquitos and the Diseases They Carry
Signs and symptoms of anaplasmosis typically begin within 1–2 weeks after the bite of an infected tick.
Tick bites are usually painless, and many people do not remember being bitten.
See your healthcare provider if you become ill after having been bitten by a tick or having been in the woods or in areas with high brush where ticks commonly live.
Early signs and symptoms (days 1-5) are usually mild or moderate and may include:
Please be aware of your surroundings and make sure to check yourself for ticks after being outside. Be prepared by wearing long sleeves and pants when outside as well as using proper repellant for both mosquito’s and ticks.
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