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Learn More About Syphilis Testing

Are You at Risk for Syphilis?
Like all STDs and STIs, you are at risk of becoming infected with syphilis if you are sexually active. Getting tested not only protects your health, but you partner’s sexual health as well. While abstinence is the best and only way to avoid syphilis, it’s not all that practical for couples and marriages so there are certain protective measures you can take to lower you risks…
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Complications Associated with Syphilis
When diagnosed and treated early on, syphilis typically does not pose a huge risk to reproductive or overall health. Unfortunately, if left untreated a variety of health complications can develop especially in the later stages of infection as listed on the Mayo Clinic site…
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Do I Need to be Tested for Syphilis?
If you are sexually active, you run the risk of becoming infected with syphilis and many other sexually transmitted infections and diseases. Getting tested not only protects your health, but you partner’s sexual health as well. It’s suggested that you get tested if you have multiple new partners, engage in high risk or unprotected sexual activity or enter into a monogamous relationship…
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Facts About Syphilis
Syphilis is a highly infectious STD caused by a spiral-shaped, worm-like bacteria called Treponema pallidum. Syphilis is often referred to as “the great imitator” because it is very difficult to differentiate its symptoms from those connected with other diseases. Signs and symptoms also frequently appear and then disappear many times as the infection progresses through its stages…
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Prevention and Healthy Lifestyle Tips
After learning about syphilis you may be feeling slightly overwhelmed. If you have just been diagnosed, be sure to follow the advice of your doctor and you should be back on track very soon. If you do not have syphilis, here are some tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for keeping it that way…
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