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It’s called the “Great Pretender,” because the symptoms of syphilis which include rashes and chancres, or sores, fever, swollen lymph glands, sore throat, headaches, muscles aches and fatigue, mimic other diseases.

As the disease progresses, the symptoms go away, and progress silently to it’s most deadly stage.

“I remember a professor in medical school explaining what it was to us but then said ‘You’ll never see it.’ ” However, the new data show that rates of this potentially deadly disease increased almost 18% between 20, with most of the cases in men who have sex with men.

There was also a rise of the disease among women who pass it on to their newborns.

Chlamydia is known as a “silent” infection, because most people have no symptoms, which means it often goes untreated.

In women, it can ultimately cause pelvic inflammatory disease that can scar and affect fertility. Gonorrhea is another bacterial STD that can be silent, but often displays symptoms such as burning during urination and vaginal or penile discharge.

LOUIS, MO — The Gateway to the West continues the streak of leading the nation in the sexually transmitted disease rate. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the Alabama health department just released new statistics after an error was discovered. Gail Bolan, director of CDC’s Division of STD Prevention.

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While all of these can be cured by antibiotics, many people go undiagnosed and untreated.

It incorrectly reported that in every 24 people had in Etowah County. “Clearly we need to reverse this disturbing trend,” said Dr.

Louis Post-Dispatch that a new surveillance system contributed to the error. In 2016, Americans were infected with more than 2 million new cases of gonorrhea, syphilis and chlamydia, the highest number of these sexually transmitted diseases ever reported, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday.

“Several factors are fueling the STD epidemic,” Harvey said.

“Funding cutbacks for prevention, education and healthcare programs, an on-going debate about sex education for young people, with cutbacks in that arena, particularly from this administration, and a rise in social media dating apps have all contributed to the rise.” Another reason is the lack of symptoms for these diseases and a failure of practitioners to educate their patients on what to look for.

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