Lyme is an infectious and debilitating disease which is caused by the spirochete bacteria. It can be transmitted to humans through a bite from an infected deer or black-legged tick. First reported in 1975, it is now one of the most prevalent conditions in many parts of the country.
There are three stages of development: early localization, early dissemination, and late dissemination. Just like other diseases, the earlier you find out the diseases, the more likely you are treated better with antibiotics and other treatments. Here are the top 13 most common Lyme disease symptoms you need to notice.