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Is there a visual difference between tick and mosquito bites
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I have several spots (I would say tick/mosquito bites) on my body. Now swollen and seem infected. I’m a photographer - out in the field very often.
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I have a tick in the middle of my back - can't reach it - live alone; is about 8mm long, puffy, caramel color; redness around it redness is about 6cm x 4cm; pinch/itchy feeling; felt what i thought was a mosquito bite a couple of evenings ago maybe? Neve
A 36-year-old female asked:
I have a tick bite that is 5 days old. It's mildly tender, mildly itchy and looks like a large mosquito bite. I'm not in a Lyme disease region.
A 27-year-old female asked:
Got bit by a tick yesterday. Have a small red itchy bump where the tick bit me (like a mosquito bite). Should I go see my doctor about it?
A 35-year-old female asked:
One of my wife's mosquito bites now resembles a target or bulls-eye. Got it last night and she doesn't remember a tick but worried about Lyme disease?
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