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Thursday, July 05, 2012

Tick Removal

Tick Removal


> A nurse discovered a safe, easy way to remove ticks where they automatically

> withdraw themselves when you follow her simple instructions. Read this one

> as it could save you from some major problems. Tick Removal: Spring is here

> and the ticks will soon be showing their heads. Here is a good way to get

> them off you, your children, or your pets. Give it a try. Please forward to

> anyone with children, hunters or dogs; or anyone who even steps outside in

> summer! A School Nurse has written the info below--good enough to share--and

> it really works! "I had a pediatrician tell me what she believes is the best

> way to remove a tick. This is great because it works in those places where

> it's sometimes difficult to get to with tweezers: between toes, in the

> middle of a head full of dark hair, etc." "Apply a glob of liquid soap to a

> cotton ball. Cover the tick with the soap-soaked cotton ball and swab it for

> a few seconds (15-20); the tick will come out on its own and be stuck to the

> cotton ball when you lift it away. This technique has worked every time I've

> used it (and that was frequently), and it's much less traumatic for the

> patient and easier for me.." "Unless someone is allergic to soap, I can't

> see that this would be damaging in any way. I even had my doctor's wife call

> me for advice because she had one stuck to her back and she couldn't reach

> it with tweezers. She used this method and immediately called me back to

> say, "It worked!" Please pass on. Everyone needs this helpful information.


> This has to be better then pulling them with tweezers which leaves the head

> embedded and can cause infection.


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