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Different between syphilis & gonorrhea

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  • 1. Different Between Syphilis &GonorrheaPresented By:A’fifiHazlami WiraAsyrafZulfadli
  • 2. Introduction• There are many types of sexually transmitted diseases and each disease is different in terms of signs, symptoms and forms.• What we want to emphasize here is the reply of venereal diseases involving syphilis and gonorrhea.• Even that both disease came from the same group that doesn’t mean that they are the same entirely, the different is very clear from the name to the length of the disease to take forms.
  • 3. Recognition of the disease• Syphilis: – Syphilis is caused by a type of bacteria. If not treated, syphilis can infect many parts of the body, causing major health problems—even death. – Most people have no symptoms of syphilis. The first sign of syphilis may be a painless, smooth sore at the site of the infection. Syphilis is easily treated in this early stage. Other symptoms of syphilis are warts and a skin rash.
  • 4. cont• Gonorrhea: – Gonorrhea are caused by bacteria. These diseases often occur at the same time. – Gonorrhea often have no symptoms. When symptoms do occur, they may appear 2–21 days (3 weeks) after contact with an infected person. Symptoms may include: •A discharge from a womans vagina or a mans penis •Painful or frequent urination •Pain in the pelvis or abdomen
  • 5. THE DIFFERENT SYPHILIS GONORRHOEAAgent: Treponema pallidum Neisseria gonorrheaImmunity: Resist re-Infection. Non Resist re-Infection.Time: Long period of time until show full Take 2 – 21 day to show the full effect. effect.Process: Have four stages which are primary, No stage. secondary, latent and tertiary.Symptoms: wound at the infection section Fester pee.Way to be Vaginal, anal or oral sex, non-sexual vaginal, anal or oral sex,transmitted: contact if the sores (chancres) rashes or mucous patches caused by syphilis come in contact with the broken skin of a non-infected individual.
  • 6. STAGES OF SYPHILIS
  • 7. VIDEO ABOUT SYPHILIS AND GONORRHEA
  • 8. CONCLUSION• As we can see there’s a lot of comparison between syphilis and gonorrhea neither of the disease we should take it for granted. The consequences are to unbearable for any man that not take the necessary precaution and protection while doing sexual activities or interact with community. So we prepare our self with knowledge that will indirectly prevent us from infected with one of the sexually transmitted disease. Know your sexual partner and your surrounding people about their medical background so that you will always aware about your health safety.