Can You Drink Betel Leaf Boiled Water After Consuming Syphilis Medicine?
In the evening I want to ask me when I finished my pre-test at the hospital about my disease, after finishing my lab check I got syphilis, now what I want to ask is whether it can be used up in syphilis from the doctor and after taking medicine, then I was told to drink siri dama wife me, is there no effect, please mix it up
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Syphilis occurs due to infection with the Treponema pallidum bacteria, which is transmitted primarily through unhealthy sexual activity. This disease can also be transmitted through the exchange of body fluids, including when sharing needles with other syphilis sufferers. Symptoms of syphilis appear in 4 stages, namely:
Primary syphilis: characterized by painless, ulcer-shaped sores that appear on the part of the body where bacteria enter
Secondary syphilis: characterized by a rash on the skin (especially the hands and feet) and other flu-like symptoms
Latent syphilis: characterized by improvement of the above symptoms
Tertiary syphilis: characterized by complications in the eyes, brain, heart, blood vessels, liver, and bones and joints
Syphilis treatment, because the cause is bacteria, it is mainly done by administering antibiotics. Other treatments that are carried out will be adjusted to the stage of the disease and the complaints experienced by the sufferer.
During the treatment period, consumption of betel leaf boiled water was not absolutely prohibited. However, the limited information regarding the benefits and side effects of water consumption on treatment should be taken with caution. To minimize the negative impact or possible interaction with the treatment you are undergoing, it is better if you give a break of at least 2 to 3 hours between consumption of betel leaf boiled water and drug consumption.
In addition, in order to optimize healing, you should avoid all forms of behavior that are at risk of causing syphilis transmission, including unhealthy sex and use of unsterile needles.
That's all for our explanation. For more details, please consult directly with a skin and genital specialist who treats you.
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