Symptoms of Lyme Disease
Some of the different symptoms of Lyme disease are headaches, memory loss, seizures, stiff pain, joint pain, dizziness, skin rash, fever, tiredness, and blurred vision. One of the most common symptoms of Lyme disease is a bull's eye rash. This rash is a large red circle with a ring around it. This rash will appear days to weeks after the bite. You get bull’s eye rash from mostly nymphal stage ticks because they are not able to penetrate the layers of skin. Adult ticks almost never are the cause of a bull’s eye rash because they can penetrate the layers of skin. You may not feel or experience the symptoms until three to thirty days after you are bitten.