Contrary to popular belief, ticks that transmit Lyme disease are not limited to northeastern wooded and grassy environments… they can be seen in every state across the country and around the globe, whether that be in a desert landscape or your back yard; birds migrate them, deer, horses, dogs, squirrels and mice carry them. We often think that ticks are easy to spot, although at the nymphal stage, they are as small as a poppy seed and can go virtually undetected.
You may have just a few – or many of them. The amount and severity of your symptoms are often directly related to the amount, location and severity of any Lyme-related infections you may have, and how well your immune system is dealing with them.
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