Question: What are the 3 stages of Lyme disease?

Although Lyme disease is commonly divided into three stages โ€” early localized, early disseminated, and late disseminated โ€” symptoms can overlap. Some people will also present in a later stage of disease without having symptoms of earlier disease.

Can Stage 3 Lyme disease be cured?

Lyme disease can be tough to diagnose. Early symptoms such as headaches and body aches are often mistaken for other health problems. Still, it can be cured.

What is Stage 2 of Lyme disease?

Stage 2 is called early disseminated Lyme disease. The bacteria have begun to spread throughout the body. Stage 3 is called late disseminated Lyme disease. The bacteria have spread throughout the body.

How do you know if you have late stage Lyme disease?

Symptoms of late stage Lyme disease Severe headaches and neck stiffness. Additional EM rashes in new places on the body. Facial palsy, also known as Bells palsy โ€“ paralysis of one side of the face. Arthritis or joint pain and swelling, especially of large joints (such as the knee)

How long can you have Lyme without knowing?

Symptoms. Late Lyme disease usually develops 6-36 months after a person first receives the causal infectious tick bite. The symptoms of late Lyme disease differ from the earlier stages.

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