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Syphilis is a bacterial infection primarily transferred between sexual partners. However, congenital syphilis can also appear in babies of mothers who had syphilis while pregnant.
For most people, the syphilis bacteria, known as Treponema pallidum, can stay dormant in their body for years, never causing any noticeable symptoms. If you are sexually active, it is vital to regularly get tested for syphilis, especially if you have a new partner.
Once syphilis shows symptoms, its severity typically progresses in three stages: primary, secondary and tertiary. Syphilis and herpes have similar symptoms, however, the main indicator between herpes and syphilis depends on if you’re experiencing pain. When symptoms are painless but present, that is a sign of syphilis whereas herpes blisters are painful.
While symptoms are present but painless, this is a sign of syphilis whereas if sores/blisters are painful, this is a sign of herpes.
Painless sores around the rectum, genitals, or mouth
Skin rashes, especially on the palms and soles
Swollen lymph nodes
CallonDoc offers both at-home test kits and in-person lab testing. After treatment we recommend a test of cure 2-3 weeks after completing treatment to confirm clearing the infection.
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There are three main stages of syphilis: primary, secondary, and tertiary. People are usually more infectious during the early stages of the condition. Primary syphilis typically occurs around three to four weeks after first contracting the bacteria. The most common, mild symptoms at this stage of syphilis are sores around the mouth, genitals and rectum, and swollen lymph nodes. These sores can stick around for up to six weeks before disappearing. Secondary syphilis can happen at any point after the primary stage. The two most common symptoms are skin rashes and a sore throat. As a result of the relatively general nature of the symptoms, secondary syphilis is often mistaken for other skin conditions like psoriasis.
An additional stage is sometimes referred to between secondary and tertiary syphilis. It’s known as latent syphilis and refers to a period of time where the infection becomes dormant again, and people experience little to no symptoms. Tertiary syphilis is the most advanced stage of the disease and could lead to major health problems like blindness, hearing loss, heart disease, and even death.