What Is Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and What Cause It?

Q:
What is Rocky Mountain spotted fever and what cause it?

A:
Rocky Mountain spotted fever is a bacterial infection. It is always carried by ticks. It may cause serious results without prompt treatment.

Despite its name, it is most common in the southeastern part of the United States.

Rocky Mountain spotted fever is caused by infection of organism. If an infected tick feeds on your blood for 6-10 hours, you are likely to be infected.

 

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