What Are the Stages and Symptoms of Lyme Disease?

Lyme symptoms are characterized by three progressive stages of the disease: early localized, early disseminated and late disseminated (chronic). Symptoms generally include rash, swelling, headache, fever, and fatigue, but Lyme is called “The Great Imitator” because its symptoms are virtually indistinguishable from over 350 other conditions. Without confirmation of a tick bite or the presence …

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What is the history of Lyme Disease?

Although it wouldn’t have a name or known causative agent for nearly one hundred years, Lyme disease research dates back to 1883 when a German physician, Alfred Buchwald, recorded serious deterioration of skin tissue called acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans (ACA). We now recognize ACA as a classic symptom of late-stage European Lyme disease. In 1908, when …

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