Tick Talk Ireland is focused on encouraging awareness, prevention & treatment of Lyme Disease (Borreliosis) in Ireland.

* Studies by the University College Hospital Galway cited Western Ireland as being endemic for Lyme Disease.

* Previous studies by Prof Gray UCD showed that Counties Wicklow, Kerry & Galway are also high risk areas.

*Dr Eoin Healy from UCC has confirmed that Cork is a hot spot area too.

So are ticks in your area? Are you worried about Lyme Disease? Complete this survey to tell us where & when the ticks were found.

**Please note the following important message:

We encourage members of the public to report any ticks spotted but to be careful when being in the presence of ticks. Lyme & other tick-borne diseases can be very serious & may cause long term health problems in some cases. If you are bitten please keep the tick in a ziploc plastic bag & write the date of the bite. Look for any symptoms over the following days & weeks such as an expanding bulls-eye rash or flu-type symptoms.

*Go to your GP with any concerns following a tick bite AS SOON as symptoms occur.*

Tick Talk Ireland: http://www.ticktalkireland.org

"Encouraging awareness, prevention & treatment of Lyme Disease (Borreliosis) in Ireland."

PLEASE NOTE: this survey consists of 10 questions with a final thank you page at the end. Some questions require an answer before going onto the next page (if the survey prevents you from loading the following page check if any questions are left empty - if 'other' is selected as an option, a text box is available to add more info!)

Any problems feel free to contact us at info(at)ticktalkireland.org.

Press 'next' to complete the survey if any ticks are found...