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LYME RASHES 2

 The first collage is a bunch of typical and atypical Lyme rashes I took from Lyme Rashes search. The second is a collage from Lyme Disease association of Typical and Atypical Lyme rashes. not much difference. "BUT" I bet you if you go ask your child's Pediatrician what he/she considers a Lyme Borrelia rash. They will say Bulls eye rash. NOT SO PEOPLE. I copied and JPEG-ed these photo's for your use to make them more printer friendly. You can also type Lyme Rashes into your browser and find many more pics. Have a great day from www.throughchallenge.com.

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  Lyme Disease Rash Poster courtesy of Columbia Lyme & Tick-Borne Diseases Research Center, from a grant by the Lyme Disease Association, Inc. (LDA). (If you sh...are this poster please do so in its entirety and do not edit. Give credit to Columbia, LDA and the doctors listed on credits. Thanks.) Less than 50% of people bitten by a black legged/deer tick develop the classic Bull's Eye rash. Some develop no rash at all, others have rashes that look different. Here is a printable poster for you of typical EM (Bull's Eye) and non-typical rashes from the Columbia Lyme & Tick-Borne Diseases Research Center. http://www.lymediseaseassociation.org/…/2014_LymeRashLDAPos…


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