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Symptoms Primary syphilis Primary syphilis Primary syphilis causes painless sores (chancres) on the genitals, rectum, tongue or lips.
Syphilis is preventable and treatable.
Even if you're treated for syphilis during your pregnancy, your newborn should be tested for congenital syphilis.
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Study IDs Site IRB Rochester, Minnesota: 19-011796 About this study The purpose of this study to determine if patient self-collected DBS from finger-stick blood for HIV and syphilis serologic testing offer similar results to laborato...
Congenital syphilis is one of various stages of syphilis which include: Primary syphilis Secondary Latent Tertiary (late) syphilis The CDC recommends that all pregnant women be teste...
What is the test for syphilis?
Congenital syphilis can be disabling, even life-threatening, so it's important for pregnant women with syphilis to be treated.
Certain infections, such as syphilis or HIV/AIDS, are linked with a significant risk of iritis.
At the same time, national rates of syphilis increased among women of reproductive age.
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