May 5, 2016

Printable Tick Treatment Guiidelines

I'm hearing stories every day on social media about people finding ticks on themselves or their children and they're in a panic because they don't know what to do.  I sure remember that feeling about 9 years ago.

Print your How To Treat A Tick Bite here.
Someone shared a printable online that Dr. Jones made available but I just had a hard time with the layout.

So, I created this quick chart that can be printed and taken to the doctor. I added some quick facts about Lyme and of course the link to ILADS and where to find their guidelines.

Remember that most doctors follow the IDSA recommendations for treating tick bites and Lyme disease.  That means they take an extremely conservative approach and may want to just wait and see if any symptoms occur.

This approach can be detrimental to your health as it was for my 3 daughters.

I always tell people that treating aggressively in the beginning could save you years of chronic illness and hundreds of thousands of dollars in out of pocket expenses.

Please learn your tick facts, learn about Lyme disease and co-infections and be prepared before you are facing a tick bite or unexplained symptoms caused by Lyme disease.

Be aware that even if you go to the doctor prepared you may get the run around and walk out of the doctor's office without the necessary treatment.

Don't give up though, ask around and find someone who is willing to treat whether with antibiotics or holistic treatment but don't let it go and hope that everything will be fine. You'll be glad you took your health into your own hands.

Print your How To Treat A Tick Bite here.

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