Essay On Syphilis

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Syphilis is a kind of sexually transmitted infections caused by the bacterium called Spiroset Treponema Pallidum. It is primarily spread by sexual contact including oral and anal sex. Even, this disease also can be transmitted by bodily contact like long kissing. In a number of cases, syphilis is spread by homosexual couple. This infection can also be passed from a pregnant woman who suffers the disease to fetus during her pregnancy. That condition results congenital syphilis, which can cause the baby born abnormally, or even die. Can this infection transmitted by touching door knobs, taking a bath in swimming pools or bath tubs, sharing clothing and eating utensils, or sitting on toilet seats? The answer is no. Syphilis cannot be spread by those ways. One of the effects of this disease is the emersion of sores on skin. But, most of infected people …show more content…

As long as a person suffers the disease, the symptom may change or even diminish automatically. But that's not a good news at all. Cause it can be worse one time and still at risk to pass on. Syphilis progress in four stages: primary, secondary, latent, and tertiary. Each stage shows different symptoms of syphilis. 1. Symptoms of Primary Syphilis The first symptoms of syphilis often appear in about 2 or 3 weeks since infection. But in some cases, the symptoms come after more than 3 to 90 days. This stage is called primary syphilis. In general, there is no significant differences between symptoms of syphilis in men and symptoms of syphilis in women. Here the symptoms are: • A small sore called a chancre appears. This sort is painless so you cannot really aware you have it. • Symptoms of syphilis in men marked by the emersion of a chancre typically on their penis, though sometimes it doesn't occur there. This chancre is also painless and can be seen if they check their genitals skin

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