“Ticks are most active between spring and autumn, so it is sensible to take some precautions to avoid being bitten when enjoying the outdoors.
“Seek medical advice if you start to feel unwell after a tick bite.”
Those with babesiosis will have either no symptoms or mild symptoms of infection.
But people with weakened immune systems can become very ill and present with flu-like symptoms such as fever, chills, muscle ache, fatigue, and jaundice.
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