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Bitten by a Tick Tick Paralysis
Symptoms of tick paralysis progress to cause worsening weakness. The weakness tends to start in both legs, and then spreads to the arms and trunk.
Symptoms of worsening tick paralysis include:
- Worsening generalized weakness
- Difficulty walking
- Limb weakness:
- Numbness and tingling:
Symptoms of severe tick paralysis include:
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PubMed Bitten by a Tick References
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