The CDC estimates that about one in 20 people have Lyme disease, a rare but severe form of the bacteria that causes a rash.
The CDC is calling Lyme disease the most common form of Lyme disease.
Many people don’t know they have Lyme because it doesn’t appear on their doctor’s office visit.
Lyme is not contagious.
It doesn’t spread through the air.
People can get Lyme if they have it at any time during the course of a year.
But if symptoms appear within six months of getting Lyme, people usually recover from the illness.
The first symptoms usually include a rash and low-grade fever.
The illness may last from a few days to several weeks.
The disease is often mild or not recognized by doctors until a person starts having recurring and more severe symptoms.
The most common symptoms are fatigue, joint pain and joint stiffness.
What is Lyme?
The Lyme disease bacterium is a type of bacteria found in ticks and fleas.
It is not harmful to humans or animals.
People with Lyme disease can develop symptoms when they have been bitten by an infected tick.
It may look like a tick bite or may be hard to distinguish from a tick.
There are two main ways to get Lyme: from an infected animal or from an animal that bites people.
The bacterium can be found in all animals, including cattle, horses, dogs, cats and people.
Animals can carry Lyme bacteria when they eat, eat their feces or live with humans who get infected.
People who catch the bacterium in their saliva can pass it on to others, and that can lead to infection.
If an infected person has a fever and sore throat, the bacteria can spread to other people and make them sick.
The bacteria can also cause a severe, life-threatening illness called Lyme arthritis.
Symptoms may include: fever, cough, runny nose, headache, joint stiffness or other signs of illness.
Symptoms usually last about a week.
Ticks that carry Lyme disease have an upper body mass index of 35 or higher, according to the CDC.
People usually can tell if they are infected by the appearance of an elevated white blood cell count (HBCU), which indicates the presence of the disease.
The HBCU level is higher in people who have not been vaccinated.
Most people with Lyme arthritis recover from their symptoms, but some people can’t or won’t.
People can get the disease from more than one tick.
For example, some people catch ticks from more that one person.
But people can also catch ticks by handling contaminated surfaces, walking on contaminated surfaces or from touching someone who has been bitten.
If you think you have Lyme, call your doctor.