Limes Disease Kinds.
Lame disease is the most common tick-borne disease in the northern hemisphere. Boreal is transmitted to humans by the bite of infected ticks belonging to a few species of the genus Oxides (The hard ticks). The first symptoms may include fever limes disease, headache and fatigue. A rash occurs in 70-80% of infected persons on the site of the tick bite after a delay of 3-30 days (average is about 7 days), and may or may not appear as white highly publicized (rather migrant). The rash is rarely painful or itchy, but may be hot to the touch. Approximately 20-30 % limes disease of infected people do not experience a rash.
If untreated, later symptoms can affect the joints, heart and central nervous system. In most cases, the infection and symptoms are eliminated by antibiotics, especially if the disease is treated early. Delayed or inadequate treatment can lead to more serious symptoms, which can be disabling and difficult to treat. Lame disease can affect multiple organ limes disease systems and produce a variety of symptoms. Not all patients with Lame disease have all symptoms, and most of the symptoms are not specific to Lame disease, but can occur with other diseases. The incubation period from infection to onset of symptoms is usually one to two weeks, but can be much shorter (days limes disease), or much longer (months or years).
Symptoms occur most often from May to September, because the larval stage of the tick is responsible for most cases. He asymptomatic infection, but occurs in less than 7 % of infected people in the United States. Asymptomatic infection may be much more common among those infected limes disease in Europe.