syphilis, venereal disease the malignant

lion king the nickname for syphilis, but very dangerous, too difficult to known characteristics, a disease that occurs due to sexual contact caused by bacteria Troponema pallidum.
This article will discuss about the disease, the following explanation:

sifilis disease

Symptoms and signs of syphilis are many and different; before development serologikal tests, diagnosis is difficult and the disease is often called the “Great imitation” because it is often mistaken for other diseases.

Data reported by the Ministry of Health showed syphilitic reach 5000-10000 cases per year. Temporarily in China, the report shows the number of cases reported rose from 0.2 per 10,000 inhabitants in 1993 to 5.7 cases per 100,000 people in 2005. in the United States, about 36,000 cases of syphilis are reported each year, and the actual figure is estimated to be higher. About three-fifths of cases occur to men.

Venereal disease syphilis is a disease that is chronic and chronic although the frequency of this disease began to decline, but still a dangerous disease because it can affect all organs of the body including the circulatory system, nerves and can be transmitted by a pregnant mother to baby at birth. Causing congenital abnormalities in infants. Syphilis is often referred to as “Lues Lion King”.

Causes of Syphilis
Syphilis is an infectious chronic infections caused by bacteria troponema pallidum, infecting and into the patient’s body and then destroying it. Syphilis is only transmitted between people through sexual contact, or a mother to her baby. Syphilis is spread through penis, vagina, anus, mouth, transfusion and pregnant mothers to their babies.

Symptoms of Syphilis
The incubation period is between 10-90 days, with symptoms:

Phase 1
9-90 days after infection. Arise: a small wound, round and painless (chancre) – precisely on the exposed skin / direct contact with patients. Chancre as a place of entry of the disease is almost always appear in and around the genetalia, anal and even oral. In case that does not treated(until tahai one end), after a few weeks, the chancre will disappear but the bacteria remain in the patient’s body.

Phase 2
1-2 months later, other symptoms: sore throat, pain on the inside of the mouth, muscle aches, fever, lethargy, hair loss and there is a nodule. A few months later will disappear. Some people experience no further symptoms.

Stage 3
Known as the final stage of syphilis. In this phase the chancre has caused fatal damage to the patient’s body. In this stase will appear symptoms: blindness, deafness, skin ulcer, heart disease, liver damage, paralysis and insanity. Lethal stage.

Modes of Transmission

Should occur in direct contact with the skin of people who have been infected lesions accompanied by infection and bacteria can enter the human body. At the time of sexual intercourse (eg) the bacteria enter the vagina through sepalut mucus in the vagina, anus or mouth through a small hole. Syphilis is very easy to infect another person on stage 1 and 2 but it also can be spread per placenta.

Cases of Syphilis in Pregnancy and Childbirth
If infection in pregnancy because it does not perform an adequate antenatal checks will have a detrimental effect on the fetus. Can cause fetal death, immaturus parturition, and parturition prematurus, and may also get symptoms of congenital syphilis.

Syphilis Treatment

Treatment of syphilis in pregnancy with penicillin.
1 time injection of penicillin has been considered quite adequate, although some patients require 1-3 times the injection of penicillin. The doctor will ask patients who have undergone medication for blood tests next year, is intended to ensure lysis of the bacteria has been the patient’s body. Applying a pattern of sexual relationships healthy and safe. For patients who are allergic to penicillin, can be replaced with eritromycine or more about alfamart minimarket terbaik

For pregnant women are expected to perform at least 4 x Antenatal examinations during pregnancy in order to detect early complications. read more about the types of diseases.

may be useful ….
Healthy regards …..^^


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