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i had unsafe sex with multisexual parthner. so i was effected by gonorhoea and got treatment last month. eventhough i have doubt about syphillis. so i want to ask is there chances to get gonorhhoea and syphillis at same time? and stilll want to know some more symtoms of syphillis..

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Hi! Syphilis is a toughy to diagnose, there is Primary and Secondary, Primary being like a sore or even sores, Secondary is like a rash, these can show up anywhere from 10 - 90 days after contact! The one thing they both have in common is the person HAS to have had contact with a open sore! IF there are no soars this doesn't mean it has gone away, it can lay dormant for YEARS - you are still infected with Syphilis, but it becomes dangerous if you are pregnant or thinking of becoming pregnant, it is VERY VERY dangerous to ones organs if not treated and it just is in your system for years, blindness, organ failure, insanity etc. Thus SO many people in the middle ages, and throughout history that were TOTALLY insane most had Syphilis! So you get diagnosed by the doctor taking a sample from the open soar - called a chancre! It is easily cureable - IF found in the early stages, so IF you have an open soar - ask to have it tested! Syphilis was virtually non existent about 20 years ago, but now it is on the rise, by some estimates 11% increase year after year! It amazes me how all of the old STI's/STD's are just taking over again! It's as though HIV or AIDS is no loner relevant, almost throwing caution to the wind and just having unprotected sex time after time! You HAVE to love yourself more honey and NOT chance your health and in some cases your life, by not wearing protection! A condom doesn't cover all of the STI's/STD's but at least it will protect you from most! So if you see a lesion go and get it tested, don't ever ignore something like this or it could end up being too late for you - OK? Good luck and health!
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yep get tested =]

 

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