TICK-BORNE DISEASE SYMPTOM CHECKER
If you’ve been sick and aren’t getting better, use this symptom checker to determine your likelihood of having Lyme disease or other associated tick-borne illnesses.
The Tick Talk Resource Symptom Checker is for informational purposes only and should not be considered, or used as a substitute for, medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. By using this website and the Tick Talk Resource Symptom Checker, you agree that this website and the Tick Talk Resource Symptom Checker is not intended to and does not replace the advice of your own physician or other medical professional and that this website does not constitute the practice of any medical or other professional healthcare advice, diagnosis, or treatment. You are solely responsible for your own health care decisions regarding the use of this website and the Tick Talk Resource Symptom Checker and your use is entirely at your own risk. You should consult a medical professional for all questions or concerns you may have relating to your health. If this is an emergency in the United States, call 911.
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