One Step Syphilis Test


More and more people are infected with syphilis every single day. Anyone can get infected no matter how young or old. Know what matters most. Your health should be your top priority. With an on-time diagnosis and proper treatment, this infection can be easily cured. Make a smart choice and aim for it. Protect yourself, your partner, your family, and your unborn child. Save money by trying out the cheapest and best tests by One Step. Anyone can afford it and still get accurate results in no-time. Get tested for syphilis today and start with the treatment, if necessary, as soon as possible.


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Syphilis Test Kit From One Step

This extremely common bacterial infection is a serious issue for many. 90% of all cases are recorded in developing countries, most of which are in Africa. Syphilis affects more than 1 million pregnancies every year. If left untreated, it can cause stillbirths and spontaneous abortions. In fact, in the Sub-Saharan African region, syphilis is the main reason for 20% of fetus deaths (perinatal death).

Common Signs of Syphilis

The first sign of this infection is a small, slightly uncomfortable sore. This sore affects the rectum, reproductive organs, and mouth. However, it is not painful at all.

After two or three weeks after the bacterial infection has manifested, some people can experience multiple different symptoms. But, because of how common they might look, many will end up completely ignoring the signs and leaving the infection to further rest in the system.

Here are the most common signs of syphilis:

  • Fatigue
  • Hair loss
  • Fever
  • Slight sore in the mouth, anus, genitals
  • Red rash (most commonly experienced on the bottom of the feet or palms)
  • Headaches
  • Swollen glands
  • Unexplained weight loss

This is a very tricky infection to diagnose. Some people may not experience symptoms for years after they have been infected.

The Different Stages of Syphilis

Syphilis is not as simple as it looks. There are four different stages of this infection, each with its own effect on the overall health. These stages are:

  1. Primary
  2. Secondary
  3. Latent
  4. Tertiary

The easiest stage to transfer the infection to someone else is during the first two stages. The third stage is the hidden stage. Many people in this stage don’t experience symptoms; however, the disease remains fully active. The last stage is the most destructive one. People in this stage risk blindness, heart issues, memory loss, and even death.

How Do You Get Infected?

The only way to get infected is to have direct contact with an infected fluid like semen or vaginal fluid. However, eating from someone’s utensils, drinking from another person’s glass, and exchanging clothing can’t transmit the infection.

Why Do You Need to Get Tested?

If you’ve had unprotected intercourse with someone you suspect has multiple partners, you might be exposed to this bacterial infection. For pregnant women, it’s paramount to get tested since they can transmit the infection to their unborn child or face complications during pregnancy. If the infection is left untreated for an extended period, it can have deadly consequences for the fetus. If you don’t get tested on time, you risk developing HIV, infertility, or perinatal death.