Are You Prepared for This Summer’s Tiniest Villains?

I was working in my garden, and guess what I discovered yesterday, once again?  I spotted another tick on myself!  Because of this, I thought it would be a great time to discuss ticks all over again – what they do, what you should do if you find one on yourself, and all about Lyme…

What Is Most Likely to Happen if You Are Diagnosed with Lyme Disease?

…..When Lyme disease has been diagnosed because you have the “bull’s eye” rash from a tick bite or a positive blood test, your medical team will usually prescribe an antibiotic regimen.   Depending upon your history of allergies, two of the most common treatments are amoxicillin (500 mg three times a day for 14 to 21…

You Found a Tick on Yourself – What Are the Next Steps?

…..Once you have discovered that a tick is on your body, you remove it with a tweezers.  Try to detach it at the base of the tick’s attachment.  If it is removed within 24 to 48 hours, it is unlikely that it has infected you with Lyme disease. Also, it is important to remember that…