Long Term Effects of Syphilis?

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Among the long term effects of syphilis are damage to the major organs in the body such as brain, heart, liver, nerves, and bones. Syphilis patients can experience extensive damage only when it is left untreated for long. Luckily, syphilis is highly responsive to antibiotics.
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blindness. deafness. paralysis. numbness. personality changes. poor muscle coordination. dementia. and also your risks of getting heart disease and a stroke and HIV/AIDS goes up.
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Long-term unemployment almost always causes a big drain on family finances. If the person who loses his job was the family’s main breadwinner, it can even be disastrous. Unemployment
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