Syphilis

  1. STDs You Can Get Without Having Sex

    STDs You Can Get Without Having Sex
    Do you know you can still contract some of the STDs even without having sex? You do not really have to be sexually active to catch a sexually transmitted disease. Before you dive into the specifics of how it is even possible, it is important for you to first understand a few terminologies. When it comes to ‘sex’, it...
  2. How Soon Can I Get Tested After Having Unprotected Sex?

    How Soon Can I Get Tested After Having Unprotected Sex?
    So you have had unprotected sex and now you are worried about being exposed to STDs. Every person who is sexually active should get tested for STDs at some point, especially after they have had unprotected sex. However, which tests, and when mainly depends on their personal risk factors. Oftentimes screening is not necessary. But if it is recommended, and...
  3. Incubation Period of STDs

    Incubation Period of STDs: When Do Symptoms Show And How, When You Can Get Tested How soon should you get yourself screened for an STI after you have had unprotected sex? Are you wondering about this too? There are around 20 million new Sexually Transmitted Infections and diseases every year, and half of the Americans come across a sexually transmitted...
  4. Is it the Flu or an STD? 11 Signs You Need to get Tested Immediately

    When we start experiencing some sort of bodily discomfort, we generally chalk it up to the cold and flu. There are numerous flu-like symptoms that are more related to the sexually transmitted diseases that basically cover themselves up as some of the commonly occurring body ailments. Are you sexually active, and as a result, you are experiencing some uncommon symptoms...
  5. Skin Rash and Sexually Transmitted Diseases – Causes And Reasons You Must Know About

    Skin Rash and Sexually Transmitted Diseases An STD is a disease that spread mainly by sexual contact. A partner with STD may transmit the diseases, causing an organism to the other partner during vaginal, oral or anal sex. STDs are the most commonly spread complicated diseases in the world to catch as you have to be up close and personal...
  6. Overview On Syphilis’ Initial Stage

    How Syphilis attacks the body Syphilis consists of four distinct stages, every single one of which has their unique qualities that bring forth harm to the body system as determined by the magnitude of the health problem, and remedies also deviate in accordance with the stages. The earlier it is identified the better is the medical diagnosis. Therefore let us...
  7. Watch Out For Syphilis

    Being infected with syphilis is not something that you would want many people to know. It is actually quite embarrassing to have this infection, and others will oftentimes pass judgment and make ridiculous remarks. Because of this negative reaction from other people, a lot of those that may have syphilis are hesitant to go get syphilis testing. Why people should...
  8. The Second Stage Of Syphilis And Hair Loss

    Syphilis is a very difficult disease to diagnose. It is very often confused with other sexual diseases. In 2016, the CDC reported that 73.5% percent of all syphilis cases each year are made up of males. Sadly, syphilis can take the life of its victims if it is left untreated. It can also result in the damage to various internal...
  9. Homosexuality and Syphilis

    In 2015, an official report from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that syphilis cases have been rising among gay population. According to the agency, their report revealed that men who engage in same-sex contact were having a higher rate of syphilis diagnosis as compared to HIV diagnosis among gay men. The report added that 90% of the syphilis...
  10. Syphilis In Children

    What is Congenital Syphilis? Even children as young as newborn infants can get infected. This disease is known as congenital syphilis. Congenital syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease that occurs when a kid is delivered from a mom with syphilis. Uncured syphilis is seen as a higher hazard, a terrible result or consequence of being pregnant and not having tested...

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