To properly remove an attached tick, use a tick removal spoon or tweezers.
Do not use petroleum jelly, a hot match, nail polish, or other folk remedies to remove ticks. Those methods are not effective and may increase the risk of disease transmission. If you experience a rash, headaches, fever, and flu-like symptoms after a recent tick bite, see a physician right away.
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