How long will syphilis become phase II if it is not cured in time? What are the early symptoms of male syphilis patients
Syphilis is a chronic and systemic infectious disease caused by spirochete pallidum, and is a common venereal disease. What are the early symptoms of syphilis? Let's take a look at the following introduction.
Syphilic? The early symptoms of syphilis in men are initially round, oval nodules or rashes of the size of rice grains in the internal or coronal groove, prepuce frenulum, mostly single, hard periphery, rapid erosion and ulcer on the surface, but no pus or discomfort. Syphilis is usually transmitted through sexual channels. Clinically, early syphilis and late syphilis. When syphilis reaches its final stage, it will do great harm to human body, damage the internal organs and nervous system of human body, and may die.
If it is not cured in time, more serious secondary syphilis, weight loss, general discomfort, chronic diarrhea, swollen lymph nodes and oral mucosal ulcer may occur after one month. It can also cause serious diseases such as lung infection or multiple bleeding tumors. Acquired syphilis, early predilection parts are penis, glans, coronal groove, prepuce, urethral orifice.
The patients with syphilis in the early stage of hard stage did not receive timely and regular treatment. Treponema pallidum entered the blood circulation from the lymphatic system, multiplied and spread in large numbers, invaded the skin, mucous membrane, bone, viscera, cardiovascular and nervous system, and presented a variety of symptoms.
The onset of syphilis is slow, the symptoms are mild, the early clinical symptoms disappear naturally, and the patients neglect early treatment. Syphilis patients have been asymptomatic for many years and become syphilis carriers. Pregnant women with syphilis can be transmitted to the next generation through the placenta, which is very harmful.