one dose of doxycycline after a tick bite can PREVENT Lyme disease

Exciting new evidence shows that just one dose of doxycycline after a tick bite can PREVENT Lyme disease.

Routine antibiotic prophylaxis usually isn't recommended.

But a single 200 mg dose of doxycycline taken within 72 hours of a tick bite appears to be 87% effective in preventing the development of Lyme disease.

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