Bullseye Rash

Typical Bullseye Rash

A bulls-eye rash (erythema migrans), often referred to as EM rash, can occur at the site of a tick bite anywhere from 2 to 30 days after the bite.

If you have a bulls-eye rash, anywhere on your body,

You Have Lyme Disease, and treatment should start immediately.

In addition, the rash may not look like a typical bulls-eye rash and may be in an area on your body that you can’t see; an atypical rash, if you have one, will usually occur  around the place you were bitten and will often expand over time.


Atypical erythema migrans