Dangerous sexually transmitted disease: what is syphilis?

What is syphilis (syphilis), what are its symptoms, how is it treated?
 caused by treponema pallidum, a highly insidious bacteria obsessed with the number 6.

when untreated, it progresses in 4 stages. The clinical first stage begins with a wound on the genitals 3-6 weeks after the patient receives the bacteria. growth in lymph nodes in the same area can also be seen. This ulcer, which does not make you pain but is also very contagious, will heal within 4-6 weeks.

If the patient is not treated by saying 'it doesn't hurt me anyway', the second phase starts. this occurs 6 weeks after the wound heals. The rash that starts on the palms and soles of the feet and spreads to the body, wart-like sores on the genitals, swollen lymph nodes here, and pain can be overcome within 6 weeks.

If the patient is still in a 'passed, I have nothing to do doctoring' mode, the insidious bacteria pass into a latent phase. He breathes his voice and sleeps for years, so to speak. Although some of these latent stages are like repetition of attacks in the second stage, they fall asleep in each patient after a certain time. (she doesn't actually sleep but closes her eyes.)

At the end of this silent calm latency (a period of 6 to 40 years), the fourth and most damned phase called tertiary syphilis is passed. Together with deep wounds that hold the skin and bones, aneurysm as a result of necrosis of the medial part of the aorta, cardiovascular diseases appear with a very wide clinical picture until we reach delirium (let us say mental deterioration) (general paresis of insane).

The most tragicomic thing is, when that innocent ulcer appears in the first phase, the patient becomes like an intramuscular (yes, hip) penicillin radish. In other words, it is necessary to go to the doctor and be loyal to the spouses by saying "nothing will happen to the man (or woman, I do not make sexual discrimination like bacteria)."


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