Most people with Lyme disease experience flu-like symptoms, especially fever and chills. The effects may be cyclical, with body temperature rising and dropping. In some cases, fevers reach 106 degrees Fahrenheit. Sometimes, when the fever precedes a rash, doctors and patients mistake the condition with the flu.
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