Is There A Cure For Lyme Disease At The First Stage?

Publié par hamza lion vendredi 26 juin 2015

By Francis Riggs


In our world, we contract the disease from time to time from our pets or other humans. Lyme disease is among such illness that we contract when bitten by ticks. Blacklegged ticks infected with the Borrelia burg Dorf Eri bacteria can transmit the unfection to humans when they bite us. They pick it from biting mice or deer. In this article, we will explore is there a cure for Lyme disease.

Understanding this infection is vital. The initial case was reported in Old LYME, Connecticut in the US. Europe and Asia have also reported having experienced these cases. The infection takes form in three different stages. Localized stage is the first and, in this case, the infection has moved to the body. The early disseminated stage that is the second stage involves where the infection has started spreading. The late disseminated stage is where the infection has spread to the rest of the body.

There are certain facts about this illness that you need to know. In US, In order for the infection to get into the blood the tick has to be attached to the body for between 24 and 36 hours. In Europe, the bacteria in transmitted quickly within twenty four hours. Remember that, the tick is small that you might not see it. In fact most people with the illness never realize they have it or even feel the tick bite them.

During the first stage, there are certain symptoms you will notice after getting infected. They include chills, fever, general sick feeling, headaches, joint, muscle and ligament pain and stiff neck. The rash normally develops on the area bitten. It is normally a raised red spot with the center being clear. At the time, it can be large and increase in size with time. These symptoms come and go and can even go to the brain, heart and joints.

The symptoms that accompany the second stage include heart problems, face paralysis, and painful area. The third stage will come with speech problems, muscle weakness, joint swelling, abnormal muscle movements, thinking problems and numbness.

These symptoms warrant a visit to the doctor. They will carry out tests on your blood to determine if the bacteria are present. There are certain places where such cases have been reported on a frequent basis. In such areas a physician can just tell if you have the infection without testing your blood, this is in eh initial stage. Also monitor any individual bitten by a tick very closely.

At the early stage if a diagnosis is done, the disease can be cured with antibiotics. If treatment is not given, you may develop certain complications of the heart, joints, and nervous system. Even so, the symptoms can be cured at the first stage. You will rarely find someone having the same symptoms after taking antibiotics. The last stage is dangerous and can cause detrimental effects to your body like memory disorders, face paralysis, and vision problem.

Lastly, it is always advisable to take preventive measures. So, avoid having direct contact with ticks. Also in the hot months, when ticks are many, avoid bushy areas or walking at the center of trials. Make sure that you check yourself and pet if you went for a walk or hike.




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Is There A Cure For Lyme Disease At The First Stage?

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By Francis Riggs


In our world, we contract the disease from time to time from our pets or other humans. Lyme disease is among such illness that we contract when bitten by ticks. Blacklegged ticks infected with the Borrelia burg Dorf Eri bacteria can transmit the unfection to humans when they bite us. They pick it from biting mice or deer. In this article, we will explore is there a cure for Lyme disease.

Understanding this infection is vital. The initial case was reported in Old LYME, Connecticut in the US. Europe and Asia have also reported having experienced these cases. The infection takes form in three different stages. Localized stage is the first and, in this case, the infection has moved to the body. The early disseminated stage that is the second stage involves where the infection has started spreading. The late disseminated stage is where the infection has spread to the rest of the body.

There are certain facts about this illness that you need to know. In US, In order for the infection to get into the blood the tick has to be attached to the body for between 24 and 36 hours. In Europe, the bacteria in transmitted quickly within twenty four hours. Remember that, the tick is small that you might not see it. In fact most people with the illness never realize they have it or even feel the tick bite them.

During the first stage, there are certain symptoms you will notice after getting infected. They include chills, fever, general sick feeling, headaches, joint, muscle and ligament pain and stiff neck. The rash normally develops on the area bitten. It is normally a raised red spot with the center being clear. At the time, it can be large and increase in size with time. These symptoms come and go and can even go to the brain, heart and joints.

The symptoms that accompany the second stage include heart problems, face paralysis, and painful area. The third stage will come with speech problems, muscle weakness, joint swelling, abnormal muscle movements, thinking problems and numbness.

These symptoms warrant a visit to the doctor. They will carry out tests on your blood to determine if the bacteria are present. There are certain places where such cases have been reported on a frequent basis. In such areas a physician can just tell if you have the infection without testing your blood, this is in eh initial stage. Also monitor any individual bitten by a tick very closely.

At the early stage if a diagnosis is done, the disease can be cured with antibiotics. If treatment is not given, you may develop certain complications of the heart, joints, and nervous system. Even so, the symptoms can be cured at the first stage. You will rarely find someone having the same symptoms after taking antibiotics. The last stage is dangerous and can cause detrimental effects to your body like memory disorders, face paralysis, and vision problem.

Lastly, it is always advisable to take preventive measures. So, avoid having direct contact with ticks. Also in the hot months, when ticks are many, avoid bushy areas or walking at the center of trials. Make sure that you check yourself and pet if you went for a walk or hike.




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