Jun 29, 2014
Gud.. Last december 2013 i found out that i have a syphillis infections but i dont know how long it is been oredi in me,, but then i remembered when i was younger now im 29 that time maybe im 22 i remember that i experienced of unsual skin problems.. Like a circle shapes of of rashes in ob my body..including mg penis head, feet, and mouth.. Then i found out that i have syphillis i researched the symptoms and exaxtly what i saw is what i had before....january 2014 i finished all my treatment session in which i have received shots for 3 weeks once a week..then the nextmonths followed by hiv test and and bloodtest again to check the status of titer...my titer is 1:8 but before is 1:16. After taking antibiotic capsules went down to 1:18. Now im waiting for the month of august for my 6months result.....but now my situation is im having tiny rashes on my penis... Is it normal? Sometimes it is lessen somtimes it is there redness is obvious..i nust want to ask if i come back again on auagust for my bloodtest and if the titer still the same, what do i need to have or to do? Is the doctor will give me another shots or any medication if the thing will be the same,,,please let me know any suggestion or comments on my situation,, your reply will be appreciated well.. Thank you very much.. This is my first time joining here..gud day...
Response from Dr. Holodniy
It is difficult to determine without an examination what these lesions could be. I suggest you speak to your doctor about it.
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