After the bite there is usually a “bull’s eye” rash
called erythroderma migrans, which is flat or slightly raised red
spot at the positioning of the tick bite. There’s usually a transparent
space within the center. If not treated can last four weeks or longer.
Abnormal muscle movement
Cognitive problems, difficulty with short term memory
and inability to recall things.
Constant dull headache with pain over the eyes and
behind the eyeballs
Extreme exhaustion especially by the end of the day
from 5 pm onwards.
General sick feeling
Head feels ‘swollen’
Heart issues, like skipped heartbeats or palpitations),
chest pain, or shortness of breath
Joint pains – often the first symptoms to appear
after the rash – aching pains in hips, knees, ankles or fingers
Muscle movement are abnormal
Palsy or weakness within the muscles of the face
Photophobia and spots in the vision – have to wear