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"Dr. Samuel Shor of Internal Medicine of Northern Virginia, says a tick bite may or may not produce a bullseye rash. However there are other symptoms to look for.
Dr. Shor says, "anywhere from five days to 15 days after the tick bite there could be a flu-like illness, low grade fever, aches and muscle pain."
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IMNV Now Offering Labcorp Services On-Site for established patients only. Call to Schedule. Walk-ins also Welcome!
The content contained in this website is based on the opinion, clinical experience and clinical findings of Drs. Samuel Shor, Eboni Cornish and Crystal Barnwell and Nurse Practitioner Irina Nikitina. It may not reflect the opinion of the
general medical community, as opinion within the medical community is deeply divided regarding the best approach for treating Lyme disease.