TICK REMOVAL AND CARE
What to do to remove a tick
Use fine-point tweezers or a special tick-removing tool. Grasp the tick as close to the skin as possible. If you don’t have tweezers, take a credit card and cut a slit in it halfway through.
Pull the tick straight out with steady, even pressure.
Avoid squeezing the stomach of the tick, breaking it, or allowing any blood to remain on your skin.
Place the tick in a small plastic bag or vial with blades of grass, leaf, or moist (not wet) piece of tissue.
Label the bag with your name, date, site of bite and how long tick was attached.
Have the tick identified and tested by a lab
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Consult with your doctor for possible antibiotics as a precaution
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