2 doctors weighed in:

Is there a vaccination available for human monocytic ehrlichiosis?

2 doctors weighed in
Dr. Robert Jackson
Dermatology

In brief: Not yet

Not yet but it is being worked on.

In brief: Not yet

Not yet but it is being worked on.
Dr. Robert Jackson
Dr. Robert Jackson
Thank
Dr. Sarah Kohl
Travel Medicine

In brief: Not Yet

Human monocytic erlichiosis (hme) is caused by a bacteria in the erlichia family.
The disease which has fever, headaches, muscle ache, and fatigue as it's common symptoms is spread by several ticks. Since we don't have a vaccine, avoiding tick bites with proper insect repellants (20% picardin or 30-35% deet), protective clothing, and tick removal is important. It is treated with antibiotics.

In brief: Not Yet

Human monocytic erlichiosis (hme) is caused by a bacteria in the erlichia family.
The disease which has fever, headaches, muscle ache, and fatigue as it's common symptoms is spread by several ticks. Since we don't have a vaccine, avoiding tick bites with proper insect repellants (20% picardin or 30-35% deet), protective clothing, and tick removal is important. It is treated with antibiotics.
Dr. Sarah Kohl
Dr. Sarah Kohl
Thank
Read more answers from doctors