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Syphilis is infections caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum, are passed from person to person during vaginal, anal, or oral sex through direct contact with sores, called chancres.

 

syphilis

It is passed from person to person during vaginal, anal, or oral sex through direct contact with sores, called chancres.

How do you get it?

If you dont use a condom or have un protected sex with somone who is infected you can recive it.

Chancre a painless genital sore that most often appears on the penis or in and around the vagina.

suffer from skeletal deformity, difficulty with speech and motor development, seizure, anemia, liver disease, and neurologic problems.

How do you know you have it?

Syphilis attacks the body in stages. It can often be easily treated with penicillin during the primary and secondary stages. A higher dosage may be required for the latent stage, especially for late latent stage. Syphilis can wreak havoc on the body’s internal organs during the late latent stage even if syphilis is treated and cured at this point the damage cannot be reverse.

Can it be cured?

 

Where can you get treated?

A health clinic near you or a special doctor. Health clinic specialize in that kind of stuff so they would be your best bet.

What can happen if you dont get treatment?

The first stage of a syphilis infection, known as the primary stage, brings a painless chancre, or a sore, that develops on the genitals. If left untreated, syphilis progresses to the second stage and a skin rash develops, which eventually disappears with or without treatment. After that, the infection typically becomes symptomless for a period of time, up to 20 years, before entering the third stage, known as the tertiary stage, roughly 3 to 15 years after the initial infection. At this point, it is a disabling and life-threatening illness.

1.Is syphilis life threatinging if not treated?

 

2. What is the most common results of non treated syphilis?

 

3. How long does it take for the cure to work?

 

4. How long does it take to leave your body after the cure has enterd?

Follow up questions.