How to remove a small tick from a person
- Mayo Clinic Q and A: How to remove a tick quickly and correctly
- Tick bites: how to safely remove a tick and why it's important
Mayo Clinic Q and A: How to remove a tick quickly and correctly
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First, don't panic. It's true that Lyme disease is the most common tick-borne disease in the United States. But your child's risk of developing Lyme disease after being bitten by a tick is very low. To be safe, though, you'll want to remove the tick as soon as possible. The risk of infection rises 24—48 hours after the tick attaches to the skin. Step 1: Use tweezers to grasp the tick firmly at its head or mouth, next to the skin.
Ticks are small, insect-like creatures that live in woods and fields.
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Show less Everyone seems to have their own trick for removing a tick. Contrary to popular belief, holding a match to the tick, suffocating it with petroleum jelly, or poisoning it with nail polish only makes it burrow in more deeply. The correct solution is also the easiest: simply pull it off your skin. Follow these easy steps for removal and the tick will soon be a distant memory. If you need to remove a tick, use a pair of tweezers to grasp the tick as close to the skin as possible.
Tick bites: how to safely remove a tick and why it's important