Syphilis

Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease that can lead to a variety of severe symptoms if left untreated. Syphilis is caused by a spirochaete (corkscrew-shaped bacterium) named Treponema pallidum. This organism lives only in human beings and is usually spread during intimate sexual activity.

If left untreated, syphilis typically progresses through three stages: (1) primary, (2) secondary, and (3) tertiary, or late. A usually prolonged latent period, characterized by the total absence of symptoms, occurs between the second and third stages.

Primary syphilis develops 10 days to three months after infection. It begins as a small, red pimple at the site of infection. This pimple develops into a sore called a chancre. The chancre is usually painless and may go unnoticed. It disappears within six weeks.

Secondary syphilis begins about a week to six months after the chancre disappears. Chiefly a rash characterizes this stage. The rash may appear on many parts of the body, especially the soles of the feet and the palms. The patient may also experience such symptoms as fever, headache, and hair loss. The symptoms may be mild and may again go unnoticed, and they disappear within several weeks.

In the later period, infection can only be detected by a blood test. If the disease still goes untreated, late syphilis may occur at any time during the rest of the patient’s life. In this final stage, the spirochaete may attack the brain, heart, skin, bones, and spinal cord, causing blindness, deafness, mental illness, heart failure, paralysis, and bone deformities.

A pregnant woman who has syphilis can pass the disease to her unborn child. Many such babies die before birth. Those born alive may suffer from blindness, deafness, abnormal bone growth, mental retardation, or other disorders.

Causes

Syphilis is transmitted by intimate contact with high risk individuals, when at least one has had more than one partner. Anyone who has unprotected sex, oral sex is at risk of contracting such disease.

When to seek medical advice

Blisters around the vagina-penis, burning sensation while urinating, anal pain, itching, pelvic inflammation, penile discharge, sore throat, flu-like symptoms, white vaginal discharge, a sore on the genitals accompanied by rash, fever, patches of flaking tissue, sore throat, sores in the mouth or anus and more .

Medicine for Syphilis

Early diagnosis and treatment can kill the bacteria that causes these disease and stop the progression of the disease. Left untreated, the disease can lead to serious complications or death. With our specially designed methodology of fast acting high potency HERBAL DRUGS through Multi Speciality Unani & Ayurveda Herbalism complete blood detoxification and eradication of the Treponema pallidum bacterium from the blood takes place alleviating all the symptoms without any side effects and the disease gets cured in a span of 2-6 months.