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Was the 'head' removed?  Think...did the front of the tick, between it's front legs have a drop of blood/liguid visible after...
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It is possible.  Here's information about the ailment:   http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/rocky-mountain-spotted-fever...
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If it was a common brown tick, often seen on dogs, you are likely fine as long as you washed your hands. A deer tick (smaller) can cause Lyme disease...
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I don't know....I can't SEE them. Catch a few, put them in a container, and let someone identify your unwanted scalp residents. Your...
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as long as they are not red around the area and not itching you should be safe.
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Well you should bring her to the doctor. I had a tick on my armpit once and the doctor was a big help he dug the whole tick out.
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The risk of Lyme disease would depend on the TYPE of tick (tiny deer ticks are the usual culprit, not dog or wood ticks), and if you live in an area...
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first put alcohol on it and if it dosent drop off then scrap it with a credit card then if that doesnt work either pry it off with tweasers. if it...
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Deer ticks are a problem everywhere in the country, so no matter where you live, you do have to be careful about ticks.And you should check yourself...
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The following is a step-by-step method that is suggested for safe and effective removal of all types of ticks. 1. Use a small pair of curved forceps...
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Ticks are scientifically classified as Arachnida (which includes spiders). The fossil record suggests ticks have been around at least 90 million...
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Acaricides are chemicals that will kill ticks and mites. Acaricides have been used in high-use, confined areas where ticks might be prevalent, such...
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There is a wide range of symptoms that usually develop days to weeks after the tick bite. The symptoms that become manifest depend on the particular...
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Although most tick bites do not transmit pathogens, some bites do. It is not possible to determine if a tick is carrying pathogens visually. The...
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Wearing light-colored clothing makes it easier to spot ticks. Check for ticks after outdoor activities. If you find a tick, remove it with tweezers...
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