•Distinctive rash, often bulls-eye, reported in 60-80 percent of adults and 50 percent of children.
•Muscle and joint pain.
Can be similar to other ailments, so may be difficult to diagnose.
•Facial paralysis on one side.
•Fever, stiff neck, headache.
•Weakness, numbness, arm or leg pain.
•Irregular heart beat.
•Persistent weakness and fatigue.
Weeks to months after illness onset:
•Nervous system problems, like memory problems.
Individual reactions will vary.
Source: Minnesota Department of Health.