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Vdrl test done, sore glands in vaginal area, treated for syphilis. Taking azithral. Blood test and treatment to be taken?

sir, my wife got vdrl test report as 1:8 , at the initial stage she has sore glands in the vaginal area , i have also glands in my penis area. but my test report is negative , but we are treated for syphilis course as advised by the doctor here , azitharl 500 mg and doxy tablets for 10 days . now she got 1:4 IN BLOOD REPORT , I dont have vdrl . is it completely cured from our body , please advise me correct blood tests and treatment ,
Asked On : Sun, 11 Mar 2012
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you and your spouse have both being treated with medications used to treat syphilis if you have finished the course properly then there is no need to take other medications.
to confirm that you dont have vdrl you can get a tpha test done.
you also have to be faithful to eachother and keep good personal hygiene as well.
hope to have answered your query
thanking you.
Answered: Fri, 21 Mar 2014
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