Tick and Vector Borne Diseases 
Diagnosing, Symptoms & Treatment Information

ABC's of TBD's

Anaplasma HGA

Babesia

Bartonella

Borrelia miyamotoi

Brucellosis

Ehrlichia

Epstein Barr Virus

Heartland Virus

Hepatitis

Histoplasmosis

Leptospirosis

Lyme Disease

Malaria

Morgellons

Mycoplasma

New RMSF in MD

Other Vectors

Parvovirus B19

Powassan Virus

Q-Fever

Red Cross Transmission

R.M.S.F.

Salmonella in Ticks

STARI Masters Disease

Trichinosis

Tularemia



Lyme and tick borne diseases can be a minor inconvenience or become a life time struggle. Treating aggressively and quickly can help make the difference in the final outcome.  

The old "wait and see if you get sick approach" after exposure to ticks is not advised. The "one-dose of doxycycline cures Lyme disease" theory, promoted by the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA), is also not advised.  

If you suspect you've been exposed to ticks or other disease carrying vectors, please contact your health care professional and be properly treated- do not delay!  It may help to take information from this site to your appointment with you because you want to...

Get it Right, Treat the Bite!  


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TREATMENT GUIDELINES-  We recommend Dr. Joseph Burrascao's Advanced Topic's in Lyme Disease.  To date, it is the most accurate and widely used diagnostic and treatment protocol for people with acute and chronic Lyme and tick borne diseases.  Thanks to Dr. Burrascano, the entire document can be located at the following site- click HERE 


Keep Them On Their Toes!


Ask your doctors what they know about the tick and vector borne diseases below. 


Anaplasma, Ehrlichiosis, STARI, Borrelia miyamotoi, Bartonella (various strains), Babesia microti, Babesia duncani, Tularemia (rabbit fever), Histoplasmosis, Leptospirosis, Morgellons, Brucellosis, Epstein Barr, Parvovirus B-19, Lyme disease (Borrelia burgdorferi), STARI or Master's Disease (Borrelia lonestari), Q-Fever, Salmonella, Leptospirosis, Trichinosis, the newly discovered Spotted Fever (Borrelia amblyommii), and Mycoplasmas.  Epstein Barr Virus and Herpes viruses are often detected (original or reactivated?) in patients with tick and vector borne infections.  



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