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Embedded Ticks
Remove ticks as soon as possible. If a tick is carrying a disease, the longer it stays embedded, the greater the chance of the disease being transmitted.
Usually its bite is painless, a tick can remain embedded without the victim's realizing it, tick bites are harmless, although ticks can carry a diseases

Deer ticks: not engorged and blood engorged

1. To pull a tick off Use tweezers or one of the specialized tickremoval tools. Grasp the tick as close to the skin as possible and lift the tick with enough force to "tent" the skin surface. Hold in this position until the tick lets go. This may take several seconds.
2. Wash the bite site with soap and water. Apply rubbing alcohol to further disinfect the area.
3. Apply an ice pack to reduce pain.
4. Apply calamine lotion to relieve any itching. Keep the area clean.
5. Continue to watch the bite site for one month for a rash. If a rash appears, see a physician. Watch for other signs such as fever, muscle aches, sensitivity to bright light, and paralysis that begins with leg weakness.

Removing a tick with tweezers

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