Healing Syphilis By Taking Antibiotics?
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Syphilis is a disease caused by the infection of Treponema pallidum, often also referred to as the lion king's disease. Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection that is transmitted through sexual contact with syphilis sufferers, both oral, anal, and vaginal. Syphilis can be divided into several stages including primary, secondary and tertiary syphilis. Syphilis can become more severe if not treated adequately. Treatment with antibiotics is one of the main modalities for dealing with this disease.
TPHA (Treponema Pallidum HaemoAgglutination) examination is an examination that can be done to look for antibodies if a VDRL is found that leads to syphilis infection. Reactive 1: 1280 indicates the presence of antibodies against Treponema Pallidum in a 1: 1280 dilution. TPHA itself can still be reactive after 1-4 months after treatment is complete or cured of syphilis and can become non-reactive after 6-12 months post syphilis infection. If there are similar symptoms that arise after the treatment regimen is complete, you can visit a dermatologist and a specialist for an examination and treatment related to your condition.
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