Lyme Disease Testing

Lyme disease is a bacterial infection acquired from deer ticks usually after walking through woodland and bushy areas. A bulls-eye rash, (occurring in less than 40% of individuals with Lyme disease) is characteristic of the infection and can occur days to weeks after the bite. Symptoms can disappear and then reappear over time. Symptoms include fever, joint pain, fatigue, neck stiffness, jaw discomfort, muscle pain and stiffness, swollen glands, red eyes, memory loss, and partial fascial paralysis. We have access to Lyme disease testing in North America or Europe.