Share the Lyme Disease Symptom Checklist
Over 17,000 people have already completed our Symptom Checklist. (We hope you are one of them!) If you want help even more people find it, share the Symptom Checklist banner on your website. Follow the simple directions below.
According to the CDC, June and July are the months when most cases of Lyme disease are diagnosed, just a month or two after prime time for nymphal ticks in much of the country. The numbers of people who know they’ve been infected rocket from 15,000 to 50,000 between May and June, an almost four-fold increase. So it’s not too late to put Lyme disease front and center in peoples’ minds. If you have a website, you can help.
How to use the Symptom Checklist image
> Right mouse click on the image below and save it to your computer.
> Copy and paste the following code into your HTML:
<a href=”https://www.lymedisease.org/lyme-disease-symptom-checklist” target=”_blank”><img alt=”Lyme Disease Symptom Checklist” src=”https://www.lymedisease.org/images/ldo-sidebar-symptom-checker.jpg” width=”320″ height=”289″ /></a>
If the size below does not fit into your website design, we will make a banner to fit your dimensions. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know your custom size.
People visiting your website will be able to click on the image and be directed to the Symptoms Checker. After filling it out they will be able to print and take it to their doctor. Many people have no idea about how many symptoms Lyme disease can cause.
Let’s help more people get diagnosed promptly, BEFORE their Lyme ruins their lives and while they can still be cured with a few weeks of treatment.
If you don’t have a website
Or even if you do — click on this link to a poster for Lyme Disease Awareness telling people about the Symptom Checklist. (This seems to work best if you right-mouse click and open in a new window.) Download the high resolution version, and print it out at your office supply store — you may be able to send it to them electronically. Put them up around town in clinics, libraries, laundromats, stores, vet clinics. Remember, Lyme Disease Awareness doesn’t have to be limited to May!
Phyllis Mervine is Founder and President of LymeDisease.org.