Symptoms and Stages
Lyme disease occurs in three phases: initial localized, initial transmission, and late spreading. The symptoms you experience will depend on which stage of disease is there.
Stage 1: Early Localized Disease
- Symptoms of lymphatic disease begin after one to two weeks after ticking.
- One of the earliest signs is “bull-eyed” rash, which is an indication that bacteria are multiplying in blood flow.
- On the site of the dentist bite is surrounded by a clear place along the area of redness on the edge of a central red spot.
- It can be warm by touch, but it is neeks.
- The formal name Arithmetic migrations for this rash are Arithaima Migrans, which is considered to be the epitome of Lyme disease.
- However, many people do not have this symptom.
- Some people have a red spots, whereas in dark people there is a scratched that is similar to a scratched.
Stage 2: Early broadcasted Lyme disease
- The initial transmitted lyme disease occurs several weeks after the tick bite.
- During this stage the bacteria are spreading throughout the body.
- It is characteristic of symptoms like flu, such as:
- Increased lymph nodes
- Sore throat
- Vision change
- Muscular pain
- During the initial transmission lyme disease, you will have a general sense of being normal.
- A grain can be visible in areas other than bites of scars, and sensitization symptoms such as numbness, tingling, and Bell may also have paralysis.
- Meningitis and cardiac conduct in this phase of Lyme disease can be complicated by disturbances.
- The symptoms of steps 1 and 2 can overlap.
Stage 3 Late spreading lyme disease
It occurs when the infection has not been done in steps 1 and 2, can be observed in months after 3 weeks of weeks, or after ticks. This phase is characterized by:
- severe headache
- Arthritis of one or more large joints
- Heart rhythm disturbances
- Brain disorder (encephalitic) which includes memory, mood and sleep
- short term memory loss
- The difficulty is concentrating
- Mental phaginiti
- Problems after conversation
- Numbness in arms, legs, hands or feet
- If you have any of these symptoms, contact your doctor immediately.