Signs of Lyme Disease

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2. Skin Conditions

In addition to the characteristic ‘bullseye’ rash that is often caused by Lyme disease, patients will also often experience some other unwelcome skin conditions. Other rashes might appear on the skin, and large bruises can also sometimes appear with no apparent cause. In some cases, these skin condition can be quite itchy for the patient.

While these skin conditions are not usually dangerous in themselves, they should still be checked out in case they are caused by something more serious. Medication will often be prescribed to help treat these conditions directly, while the underlying cause will also be treated simultaneously.

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