Does Not Feel Syphilis Symptoms But Has Syphilis?

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Yesterday I was a Dara donor when Dara was suddenly diagnosed with spilis positig … while until now I have never changed partners … always loyal .. And there are no symptoms of spilis to me …. please help

1 Answer:

Hello, thanks for the question.

Syphilis or lion king is a type of sexually transmitted infection caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum. This bacterium is usually spread from one person to another through direct contact with bodily fluids of the sufferer, for example through sexual contact, whether vaginal, anal or oral, or as a result of contact with other bodily fluids, such as blood, through the use of syringes (though rarely), blood transfusion, or from mother to child during pregnancy. Symptoms of syphilis appear based on stages and on average appear about 3 weeks after bacteria enter the body. Stages of syphilis include:

Primary syphilis, symptoms of lesions or genital sores, in and around the mouth, sores are usually painless and are like insect bites. Secondary syphilis. Appears after symptoms of genital lesions, usually patients will experience a red coin-sized reddish rash on the palms and soles of the feet, usually also causing systemic symptoms, such as fever, decreased appetite, sore throat and genital warts. Latent Syphilis. In the latent phase, complaints do not exist, syphilis seems to disappear and cause no symptoms at all. In the first year of latent syphilis, infection can still be transmitted, this is called early latent syphilis. Late latent syphilis occurs after 1 year. After 2 years, the infection still occurs but is not at risk to transmit it to others. This phase lasts about two years before then continuing to the most dangerous period in syphilis infection, which is tertiary syphilis if not handled properly. Tertiary syphilis, is the final stage of syphilis infection. Some things that can occur in this phase include paralysis, blindness, dementia, hearing problems, impotence, and even death if left untreated. Before conducting blood tests for syphilis, the doctor will usually do a question and answer to the patient about complaints and risk factors and conduct a physical examination, if there is suspected infection by germs that cause syphilis, the doctor will suggest additional examinations to confirm the diagnosis of the disease being experienced. If you are in doubt with the results of existing examinations, you should consult your doctor again, your doctor may recommend a re-examination to ensure the presence or absence of these germs. Handling will be adjusted to the disease, if it is caused by syphilis, the doctor will recommend giving antibiotics. The faster the treatment of syphilis, the less likely it is that syphilis develops into a serious disease. It is recommended that you take medication as prescribed by the doctor, wash hands as often as possible to avoid the spread of infection, notify sexual partners to also see a doctor, and because this is a sexually transmitted disease, you should stop sexual activity temporarily until syphilis is completely cured.

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