Tick-borne infections vary in duration and severity but have the same cause: a tick bite. Most tick-borne infections have an incubation period of approximately one week. Common symptoms of tick-borne infections include headache, fatigue, rash, muscle ache, and fever. Some forms of tick-borne infections can be treated at home, while others require hospitalization. It can be difficult to diagnose tick-borne infections, but once diagnosed, treatment includes antibiotics and supportive care. Most kinds of tick-borne infections cannot be prevented by a vaccine, so people are encouraged to prevent tick bites by wearing protective clothing and using insect repellant.
Tick-borne Infections Bioinformatics Tool
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