Lyme Disease Treatments San Clemente CA

Find top doctors who perform Lyme Disease Treatments in San Clemente, CA. Whether you’re seeking treatment or looking to schedule a preventative screening, we can connect you with the best dermatologists near you in San Clemente, CA.

Local Businesses

Disaia John P

(949) 369-5932
1849 Nw Kearney St # 300
San Clemente, CA 92673

Green Dermatology

(949) 496-6066
657 Camino De Los Mares
San Clemente, CA 92673

Munish K. Batra, Facs

(949) 496-9700
2330 Nw Flanders St # 201
San Clemente, CA 92673

Sergio Tombini

418 Camino Vista Verde
San Clemente, CA 92673

Leon O Burke

515 Avenida Presidio
San Clemente, CA 92672

Harvard Eye Assoc

(949) 493-5411
9155 Sw Barnes Rd # 930
San Clemente, CA 92673

Timothy Robert Miller

(949) 276-4141
665 Camino De Los Mares Ste 100
San Clemente, CA 92673

Advanced Dermatology Of San Clemente Inc.

(949) 625-4740

San Clemente, CA 92673

Pacificcoast Ambulatory

(949) 496-2505
10373 Ne Hancock St # 216
San Clemente, CA 92673

Christopher Scott Carlin

(949) 489-4290
1300 Avenida Vista Hermosa – Suite 240
San Clemente, CA 92673

Richard Gangnes

(949) 276-4141
665 Camino De Los Mares Ste 100
San Clemente, CA 92673

Roger Elliott Green

(949) 496-6066
657 Camino De Los Mares – Suite 242
San Clemente, CA 92673

Facial Aesthetic Concepts

(949) 276-4141
1849 Nw Kearney St # 302
San Clemente, CA 92673

Roxanne Adria Stambuk

Po Box 73422
San Clemente, CA 92673

Carlin, Christoph

1300 Avenida Vista Hermosa Ste 240
San Clemente, CA 92673

Jeffrey Lander

675 Camino De Los Mares
San Clemente, CA 92673

Dr. Alice P. Moran

(949) 361-4867
1001 Avenida Pico, Suite K
San Clemente, CA 92673

Gangnes, Richard – Facial Aesthetic Concepts

(949) 276-4141
665 Camino De Los Mares, #100A
San Clemente, CA 92673

Green, Walter S – Green Dermatology

(949) 496-6066
657 Camino De Los Mares Ste 242
San Clemente, CA 92673

Maryam Moinfar

675 Camino De Los Mares
San Clemente, CA 92673

Lyme Disease Treatments FAQ in San Clemente, CA

What are the symptoms of Lyme disease years later?

pain and swelling in the joints. nerve problems – such as numbness or pain in your limbs. memory problems. difficulty concentrating. heart problems.

Is Lyme disease serious?

More serious symptoms may develop if Lyme disease is left untreated or is not treated early. These can include: pain and swelling in the joints. nerve problems – such as numbness or pain in your limbs.

Does Lyme disease lower life expectancy?

Lyme arthritis is treated with a longer course of oral antibiotics but sometimes requires IV antibiotics. It is extremely unlikely for anyone to die from Lyme disease.

What are the 3 stages of Lyme disease?

Like syphilis, Lyme is classified into 3 stages: localized, disseminated and persistent. The first two stages are part of early infection and the third stage is part of persistent or chronic disease. Stage 3 usually occurs within 12 months of the infection.

Can Lyme trigger an autoimmune disease?

Indeed, there is growing evidence that Lyme disease and other bacterial infections can trigger autoimmune diseases, especially in patients who are genetically predisposed to them.

Can Lyme disease spread from person to person?

There is no evidence that Lyme disease is transmitted from person-to-person. For example, a person cannot get infected from touching, kissing, or having sex with a person who has Lyme disease. Untreated Lyme disease during pregnancy can lead to infection of the placenta.

Can Lyme disease go away on its own without treatment?

Can Lyme Disease Go Away on Its Own? It is possible a person with Lyme disease can clear the infection on their own, but it’s better to be treated because complications that can arise are very serious. For most people, the disease and its symptoms do not resolve without treatment.

Is Lyme disease a lifetime disease?

If treated, Lyme disease does not last for years. However, for some people, the after-effects of the disease can linger for months and sometimes even years.

Does Lyme disease show up on MRI?

In addition, Lyme disease occasionally produces other abnormalities that are similar to those seen in MS, including positive findings on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans of the brain and analysis of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).

Can you get Lyme disease twice?

Yes, you can get Lyme disease twice – or more. This is different from being newly infected by other tick-borne illnesses, such as Ehrlichia or Tick-Borne Relapsing Fever, which can present with Lyme-like symptoms but are actually caused by different bacteria than the Lyme disease bacteria.

Does Lyme disease cause permanent damage?

Most people with Lyme disease respond well to antibiotics and fully recover. Varying degrees of permanent nervous system damage may develop in people who do not receive treatment in the early stages of illness and who develop late-stage Lyme disease.

What is an interesting fact about Lyme disease?

Lyme disease has been found on every continent but Antarctica. Typically Lyme disease is transmitted through a bite from an infected tick. These ticks, often the size of a poppy seed, can leave an undetectable bite. Fewer than 50% of people infected get the bull’s eye rash.

How does your body feel when you have Lyme disease?

Untreated Lyme disease can produce a wide range of symptoms, depending on the stage of infection. These include fever, rash, facial paralysis, and arthritis. The appearance of the erythema migrans rash can vary widely. Erythema migrans (EM) rash (see photos):

What does the beginning of Lyme disease feel like?

Early Lyme disease may feel like the flu: fever, sore muscles, headache and fatigue. Some people may develop a highly distinctive rash, which may look like a bull’s-eye. However, many people with Lyme never knew they were bitten and never developed a rash. The CDC reports that rashes occur in 60-80% of cases.

What does Lyme disease do to your brain?

Neurological complications most often occur in early disseminated Lyme disease, with numbness, pain, weakness, facial palsy/droop (paralysis of the facial muscles), visual disturbances, and meningitis symptoms such as fever, stiff neck, and severe headache.