If You See A Spot Like This On Your Child's Cheek, Go To The Hospital ASAP!-The Reason Is Here...


The summer is almost here and we all know that our kids will spend more time outside, playing in the backyard with their friends. So, all parents should be very happy that that their kids are spending more playtime outside, but this doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t be careful.

 This is a message for all parents around the world – you are highly advised to check your children’ skin when they come in, because this can be very dangerous. Depending on what part of the country we live in, and how woodsy or grassy the area is, determines the extent to which we check our kids for ticks that could potentially carry Lyme disease.

You should check your kids for tick bites immediately after they come inside the house – this is really important.  You should know that ticks take some time to fully imbed in the skin, so that if you can remove it fully with a tweezer, this may happen in time to prevent the transmission of Borrelia Burgdorferi, should the tick carry it.

What is Lyme Disease? You should know that the Lyme disease can be really dangerous and if not properly treated, often with several courses of antibiotics it can potentially leave both children and adults with long term, chronic debilitating effects on their health.

But, fortunately, almost 80% of all people who contract Lyme Disease have a visible erythema migrans (EM) rash, that appears like a red bull’s eye.  These symptoms are usually accompanied by extreme fatigue.

Your child, or anyone seeing this rash should immediately be seen by their doctor, to be tested and begin antibiotic therapy quickly.

Just take a look at the video bellow. You will learn more about the Lyme disease, its initial symptoms, and the problems often encountered with only one course of antibiotics. The faster and more comprehensive the treatment, the better the chance that the later, more grave symptoms can be prevented from occurring.

The most common symptoms of the Lyme disease are: headaches, severe joint pain and swelling, facial or bell’s palsy, heart palpitations or an irregular heartbeat – Lyme Carditis, dizziness, difficulty breathing, inflammation of the brain and spinal cord, nerve and shooting pains, numbness, hand and foot tingling and difficulty with short-term memory.

 As we said, just take a look at the video bello and the narrator will advise you on the best modes of prevention, and why assuming that one course of antibiotic treatment is enough, can leave you vulnerable to the later, more serious symptoms. We really hope you find this article helpful and don’t forget to share it with your friends and family.

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