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How To Remove An Engorged Tick
I found a engorged tick on my daughters head. I panicked and removed it with fingers super fast. My question is, should we go to the pediatrician?
We removed a tick from our daughter almost 2 weeks ago. It was attached, but not engorged. No rash, no other symptoms. Today it looks like a pimple?
Found tick on back of scalp, removed non-engorged tick. Now has tender pump where tick was removed. Live in florida should I see doctor for antibiotic?
Make an appointment.: It probably is not a problem, especially if the tick is not small, like the deer tick thtat can carry lyme disease. It might do good to put antibiotic ointment on it. If it does not go away or becomes a big rash or you still are concerned, a quick visit to the doctor, preferably with the tick if you still have it, is the best thing to do. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A tick bit me 5 weeks ago. It was engorged, I removed it. 6 Six days later a bullseye rash developed. I saw a doctor and took doxycycline for 21 days. I still have a red bump where the tick was removed, should I see a doctor again?
Tick Bite: Definitely see your doctor for follow-up. CDC recommends two-step testing. First step: EIA (enzyme immunoassay). If the EIA is negative, no further testing of the specimen. If the EIA is positive or possible, then a “Western blot” test is ordered. If ill 30 days, only the IgG blot is done. A positive diagnosis requires positive for both EIA and blot ...Read more
Anapsid.org/lyme: http://www.anapsid.org/lyme/removingticks.html (how to remove a tick). Using sharp pointed tweezers, or specially made tick tweezers, grasp the tick as close to your skin as possible, as close to its embedded mouthparts as you can. If you squeeze the body or head, you risk compressing the guts and salivary glands and expelling even more organisms through their mouth into ... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When seen.: As soon as possible.Get a more detailed answer ›
Tick Removal: Don't remove ticks with a lit cigarette. The heat may cause release of infectious materials into your skin. Examine visually to ensure that mouthparts or head are no longer embedded. ...Read more
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