The most common type of Lyme disease rash resembles a bull’s-eye on a dartboard. The rash tends to have a red center, surrounded by a clear ring with a red circle around it. They can spread and may measure up to 12 or more inches across. The rash will usually appear within 30 days of a bite from a tick that carries the Lyme disease bacteria.What does Lyme disease look like pictures?
The rash may have an irregular shape, blistering or a scabby appearance. Some rashes look like a bruise. Lyme rashes may resemble spider bites, ringworm, or cellulitis. Multiple, so-called “satellite” rashes may appear on different parts of the body.