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Syphilis infections jump by 68 percent in Hobbit Land

Posted by te2ataria on December 25, 2012

Sexually transmitted infection (STI) rates continue to rise in New Zealand

100 percent pure STIs: Clinical surveillance figures show a five per cent increase in chlamydia and gonorrhoea rates and a massive surge of 68 percent in the incident rate of syphilis in New Zealand over the last quarter.

One in three people in New Zealand get STIs, according to Family Planning national medical advisor Dr Christine Roke, and many would not even realize it.

“Roke said antibiotic resistance had meant higher doses were needed in treating some infections, but the main problem was the rate of undiagnosed infections out there at any one time,” according to a report.

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One Response to “Syphilis infections jump by 68 percent in Hobbit Land”

  1. Faviola Klarin said

    Syphilis is caused by the treponema pallidum sprichete. Even if it is considered a sexually transmitted disease, it isn’t always acquired through sexual contact. There are rare cases where the infectious organism is passed on through open wounds or lesions as point of entry. Syphilis may also be passed on from mother to fetus during pregnancy and childbirth. It is a sad fact, though, that 25 percent of fetuses born of syphilitic mothers end up in stillbirths, while the remaining 75 percent develop congenital syphilis which may aggravate into another medical complication if left untreated. Also, people with syphilitic sores who remain sexually active are at higher risk of acquiring HIV or AIDS.-

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