Using condoms always and avoiding bad women.
for the bird- You can catch the flu and possibly salmonella for the human- Herpes, HIV, gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia, ect.
You can die of untreated syphilis. Syphilis is easily treated, so it's not necessary to let it kill you.
Because syphilis gets into the blood.
No Syphilis is a human diesese that can not be transferred to pets
Primary of sore syphilis is a chancre.
Treponema pallidum causes syphilis. Syphilis is a serious disease, if untreated. Syphilis is sexually transmitted disease.
HPV and syphilis are different infections. Patients with genital warts should be screened for syphilis, though, since second-stage syphilis can also causes wart-like lesions.
Blood tests are usually used to check for syphilis.
If left untreated, syphilis can evolve into neurosyphilis. Basically what that means is that the Syphilis bacteria spreads to the Central Nervous System. When syphilis spreads to the nervous system, it causes a slew of neurological symptoms, such as dementia, incontinence, blindness, and seizures. Here's the thing though, neurosyphilis is commonly asymptomatic, which means, the patient shows no symptoms. That might sound like a good thing, being symptomless, but it's really not. If there's a symptom, there's something to treat. The people with asymptomatic neurosyphilis are still experiencing the neurological deterioration that causes death, they just don't know it.
Wilhelm Wechselmann has written: 'The pathogenesis of salvarsan fatalities' -- subject(s): Salvarsan, Syphilis 'The treatment of syphilis with salvarsan' -- subject(s): Arsenobenzol, Syphilis
Bejel, also known as endemic syphilis, is a chronic but curable disease, seen mostly in children in arid regions. Unlike the better-known venereal syphilis, endemic syphilis is not a sexually transmitted disease.
The duration of treatment for syphilis depends on the stage of infection. Early stages require a single injection of penicillin.