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Trump comments on photo of him sparking speculation and controversy in media sites

Trump comments on :

 photo of him sparking speculation

 and controversy in media sites

Former US President Donald Trump commented on a photo taken of him

 and sparked speculation from social media leaders last month.

Trump :

claimed he was unaware of the red spots seen on 

his hands as he left Trump Tower in New York earlier

sparking speculation and ridicule on social media and talk shows.

Trump :

  1.  appeared on Fox News
  2. where journalist Mark Meredith asked him:
  3. "How's your hand? it seems better now ".

"My hand?"

The journalist went to him, "Yes, what happened that day?

 Didn't you see the pictures? When I get out of Trump Tower? "

Trump claimed he had not seen the photos, saying there was

 "nothing" wrong with his hands.

"Maybe it's artificial intelligence,"

 he added

referring to images of his hand marks.

News photographers and bystanders picked up the signs at the hands of Trump

 with presenter Jimmy Kimmel describing them as "a viral moment that

 was even embarrassing for him," adding that

 the signs are a "common symptom of syphilis (a sexually transmitted 

infection caused by infection with pale chiral bacteria", according to Half Post.

Syphilis infection occurs through bacteria. It is often spread through sexual

 intercourse. The onset of the disease begins in the form of ulcers that 

are often painless and typically appear on the genitals, rectum or mouth. 

Syphilis is spread from person to person by coming into direct contact with

 these sores. It can also be transmitted to the child during pregnancy

childbirth and sometimes through breastfeeding.

After infection

syphilis bacteria can remain in the body for several years without

 causing symptoms. But it can activate the infection again. 

Without treatment syphilis can destroy the heart

brain or other organs. It may become life-threatening.

Early syphilis can be treated, sometimes by a single injection dose of

 a drug called penicillin. It is therefore necessary to

 carry out a healthcare examination once any symptoms of syphilis are observed.

 All pregnant women must undergo a syphilis test during their

 first pregnancy examination.

Primary syphilis :

The first symptom of syphilis is the appearance of a small ulcer (SHANG-kur).

 Ulcers are often painless. Show up where bacteria enter your body. 

Most people with syphilis develop only one small ulcer. 

Some people can have more than one of these ulcers.

Secondary syphilis

You may develop a rash during the healing of 

the first ulcer or a few weeks after your recovery.

Rashes caused by syphilis:

  1. It does not cause itching often.
  2. It may look coarse, red bullen or red brown.
  3. Its colour may be too pale to see.

Besides rashes, you may have symptoms such as:

Wart-like ulcers in 

the mouth or reproductive region.

  1. Hair loss.
  2. Muscle pain.
  3. Fever.
  4. Sore throat.

fatigue, also called exhaustion.

Weight loss.

Lymphatic nodes swollen.

Frightened Floral :

If you are not treated for syphilis, the disease progresses from secondary to latent.

 The veiled phase is also called, where you have no symptoms. 

The latent phase can last years. Symptoms may never return. But without

 treatment, the disease may lead to major health problems

also called complications.

Tertiary syphilis :

After the clandestine phase, 30% to 40% of patients with syphilis who are not

 treated with complications known as tertiary syphilis.

It is also called delayed syphilis.

This disease may be harmful to 

the following:

  1. Brain.
  2. Nerves.
  3. Eyes.
  4. Heart.
  5. Blood vessels.
  6. liver.

bones and joints.

Prevalence of syphilis :

At any stage, untreated syphilis can affect the brain, myeloid cord

eyes and other parts of the body. This can lead to serious or life

threatening health problems.

Congenital syphilis :

Pregnant women with syphilis may transmit the disease to their children. 

Unborn babies may be infected by the organ that provides nutrients

 and oxygen in the womb, called placenta. 

Infection may occur during childbirth as well.

When to visit a doctor :

Contact a member of the healthcare team if you or your child has symptoms of

 syphilis. They may include any abnormal secretions, ulcers or rashes

especially in the irrigation area.

You can also undergo a syphilis

 test if :

There has been sexual contact with someone who is potentially ill.

You had another sexually transmitted disease like HIV.


Have sexual intercourse with more than one person regularly.

Unprotected intercourse, i.e. without condom.