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In brief: within week. The test can be performed rapidly, with results within a day of the lab receiving it. Reporting is another matter. In brief: within week. The test can be performed rapidly, with results within a day of the lab receiving it.What percentage of ticks carry Lyme disease?
Most people never notice the tick that gave them Lyme disease [emphasis added]. About 25 to 30 percent of nymph-stage deer ticks in the Northeast are naturally infected with the Lyme disease bacterium.What is the most accurate test for Lyme disease?
These tests are most reliable a few weeks after an infection, after your body has had time to develop antibodies. They include: Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) test. The test used most often to detect Lyme disease, ELISA detects antibodies to B. burgdorferi.How do ticks transmit Lyme disease?
Lyme disease is transmitted via the bite of infected ticks, which attach to any part of the body, but often to moist or hairy areas such as the groin, armpits, and scalp. While everyone is susceptible to tick bites, campers, hikers, and people who work in gardens and other leafy outdoor venues are at the greatest risk of tick bites.