Big Red Dot Appeared on Her Baby’s Face…She Rushed Him to the ER and Discovered THIS

 

Big Red Dot Appeared on Her Baby’s Face…She Rushed Him to the ER and Discovered THIS

Spring has officially arrived. Gone are the cold days filled with snow and ice. Everyone wants to be outside and enjoy Mother Nature. As a parent, it is your job to ensure that your child is protected. You put sun-block on their skin to shelter them from the sun’s harmful rays, band-aids to shield boo-boos from infection, and bug repellent to safeguard them from mosquito bites. However, there is one thing that you are not doing that is more critical than you ever imaged. You need to protect your child from ticks.

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Every year the ticks roll in about the same time the warmer temperatures do. If your child is outside playing, you need to ensure they do not have any ticks on their body. Ticks can be minute, like the size of a pin head, or they can be the size of a thumb tack. Just because they are small does not mean they are harmless. If a black-legged tick would happen to bite you or your child, they carry dangerous bacteria known as Borrelia burgdorferi. You may not even realize you have been bitten, but the key is to watch for symptoms.

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Whenever your child has been outside playing, you need to examine their body for ticks. Be sure to check in the folds of skin and also in the hair. Ticks love to go into crevices that are warm to feed. You need to be aware of the common symptoms associated with tick bites so that you can get medical attention right away if you have been bitten. Each case is different and not all bites will cause the same symptoms. However, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, there are a few symptoms that are easier to recognize. Most people are familiar with the “bulls-eye” rash. It is by far the most common symptom, as it affects about 70-80 percent of tick bite victims. Its technical name is the EM rash, or erythema migrant.

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