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Many of the diseases ticks pass to humans can cause flu-like symptoms, including:
Diseases ticks may pass to humans include:
Acute Asthma Attack Treatment for Children
Having a hard time breathing
Unable to talk, eat, or play
Turning blue in the lips or fingers
Convulsing while breathing (using stomach muscles excessively to breathe)
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In some parts of the world, tick bites may cause other tick-borne diseases, such as South African tick-bite fever.
A doctor can evaluate the cause of your flu-like symptoms and recommend treatment.
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