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7. Syphilis

Syphilis is a serious, sexually transmitted, contagious disease with a slow development. It may be acquired or inherited. Acharya Bhavaprakash, Syphilis bears striking similarity with the disease called FIRANGROG. 

Symptoms:
  • Headache
  • Malaise
  • Enlargement of lymph nodes
  • Anaemia
  • Enlarged tonsils
  • Sore throat
  • Fever
  • Macular rashes having pink appearance

Causes:

According to modern view, syphilis caused by a spirochete called Treponema palladium. This organism can penetrate through normal mucosal membranes or through minor abrasions of epithelial surface.  The most common route of transmission is through contact with an infected persons sore during sexual activity. At the site of inoculation after when the incubation period is over a painless papule develop and slowly breaks down and formed a clean based ulcer with indurate raised margins which persists  for 2 to 6 weeks and after heals up spontaneously. This is the history of the so called primary chancre.  Syphilis is contagious during its primary and secondary stages, and sometimes in the early latent period.

Less commonly, syphilis may spread through direct unprotected close contact with an active lesion (such as during kissing) or through an infected mother to her baby during pregnancy or childbirth (congenital syphilis).

Syphilis cant be spread by using the same toilet, bathtub, clothing or eating utensils, or from doorknobs, swimming pools or hot tubs.

Ayurvedic Medicine for Fever, Diet & Lifestyle: Maintaining sexual discipline, faithfulness in sexual relationships and avoiding extra-marital contacts are the sole ways to prevent syphilis

Home Remedy:

Avoid unprotected close contact with an active lesion (such as during kissing) or through an infected mother to her baby during pregnancy or childbirth (congenital syphilis).

  • Decoction of 20 -30 Neem leaves and 10 gm rhizome of Haldi boiled in about 2 glass of water then cool it and use this water to wash the affected area.

Note: Medicine should be taken according to vaidya/docter


Treatment with Remedies and Ayurvedic Medicine
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