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Now that this disaster has wreaked havoc on the world, pornstars have stopped working; Know what this bull is and its symptoms



New Delhi: The sound of another danger is once again heard in the world. The threat of corona virus and monkeypox was not yet over, that now a catastrophe called syphilis has started to wreak havoc in Europe. As syphilis infection reached its high level in America, due to the epidemic of this syphilus, porn stars in adult films in Britain stopped working, because this disease is sexually transmitted. However, syphilis is not a new disease. Its cases have been found in many countries in Europe including America for many years. The number of syphilis cases in the United States has reached its highest level in 30 years. But now the syphilis epidemic continues to increase throughout Europe.

In fact, syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection (STI). That is, it spreads through physical relationships. If not treated in time, it can cause serious damage to the heart, brain and other body organs and can also be fatal. This syphilitic infection develops in several stages (primary, secondary, latent and tertiary) and causes skin lesions and rashes.

According to preliminary data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cases of sexually transmitted diseases rose 27% to more than 1,71,000 in 2021, reaching a 30-year high. Because the ravages of syphilis are increasing from Britain to America and the concerns about its epidemic are also increasing, in such a situation, we need to know everything about this disease.

What is syphilis and how is it transmitted?
In fact, sexually transmitted syphilis is a bacterial infection caused by bacteria called Treponema pallidum. You can get syphilis by coming into direct contact with the wound of a person infected with syphilis during all types of sexual intercourse (oral, anal and vaginal intercourse). How dangerous it can be measured by the fact that it can also spread from a woman to her unborn child. However, infection is not spread through accidental contact with objects such as toilet seats, doorknobs, swimming pools, hot tubs, bathtubs, and sharing clothing or cooking utensils. said the CDC.

Symptoms of Syphilis
According to the Washington Post, the first symptoms are one or more concave sores, which usually appear in the mouth or genitals about three weeks after sexual contact with an infected person. Experts say these sores are usually painless at first, can last three to six weeks and will go away without treatment, but if left untreated, the second stage of the infection is accompanied by a rash on the hands or the feet. Apart from this, some symptoms can also be seen like muscle aches, sore throat, swollen lymph nodes, weight loss, fatigue, hair loss, mental illness, memory loss, spinal cord infection, etc.

If an infected person does not receive their treatment, they will reach the third stage of the disease, in which syphilis can damage their organs and this can cause nerve and heart problems. There may also be loss of sight and death may also occur. At this point, the disease is no longer contagious.

Who is most at risk?
Anyone who is sexually active can come into contact with this syphilis. The risk is highest in people who have multiple partners. That is, those who have sex with many people.

How can I get tested for syphilis?
Syphilis is diagnosed by a blood test.

Is there a vaccine against syphilis?
There is no vaccine against this disease yet. However, research work continues.

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