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Question by  worker6771 (7)

My insect bite looks like a bullseye, why?


Answer by  bubbyboy (9929)

A tick bite or spider bite can appear to be a bullseye. This appearance to both type of bites is the bullseye mark and should be checked by a doctor.


Answer by  msbee (484)

A bullseye type ring around what seems like a bug bite can be a couple things, if there is still a bug attached it may be a tick, otherwise it may not be a bug bite but instead ringworm.


Answer by  sarah1967 (626)

What you might have is Lyme disease. You may have been bitten by a tic. The first sign of Lyme disease is a bulls-eye rash. You should see your doctor.


Answer by  jamieellison (1637)

If your insect bite is from a tick, you may be developing Lyme Disease. If this is the case, you should be evaluated by a physician quickly and started on antibiotics to prevent the long term complications of Lyme.


Answer by  Pam84 (330)

There be no good reason at all, but you should seek a physician's advice because the bullseye target can be a sign of a red recluse spider bite.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

To be honest that does not sound like an insect bite it sounds like you have ringworm and you need to get in and see the doctor there is cream they can give you to get rid of it because no matter what you do it will not go away on its own.


Answer by  heather88 (1897)

You would need to have a doctor check you out to see why it is like that. The doctor can help you out.

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