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About TPHA-Treponema Palladium Heamagglutinition test

TPHA-Treponema Palladium Heamagglutinition test

₹800 ₹500

Know more about TPHA-Treponema Palladium Heamagglutinition test

Syphilis tests are used to screen for and/or diagnose infection with Treponema pallidum, the bacterium that causes syphilis. For more details about syphilis infection, see the "What is being tested?" section.

Symptoms are :   Is being treated for another sexually transmitted disease, such as gonorrhea

Is pregnant, during the first prenatal visit and again in the third trimester and at delivery if the woman is at high risk

Is a man who has sex with men; testing should be done at least yearly or every 3-6 months if at high risk

Engages in high-risk sexual activity, such as having unprotected sex with multiple partners

Has HIV infection, when first diagnosed and then at least yearly; may be done more frequently if at high risk

Has one or more partners who have tested positive for syphilis

Has been informed by public health officials that he or she has been exposed to an infected partner

Syphilis is spread through sexual contact. So the best way to prevent syphilis is to get tested regularly and use condoms and/or dental dams if you have sex. 

The best way to prevent syphilis is to practice safe sex. Using condoms during any type of sexual contact is a good idea. In addition, it may be helpful to: avoid having sex with multiple partners use a dental dam (a square piece of latex) or condoms during oral sex avoid sharing sex toys get screened for sexually transmitted infections and talk to your partners about their results

Penicillin G, administered parenterally, is the preferred drug for treating persons in all stages of syphilis. The preparation used (i. e, benzathine, aqueous procaine, or aqueous crystalline), dosage, and length of treatment depend on the stage and clinical manifestations of the disease. Treatment for late latent syphilis and tertiary syphilis require a longer duration of therapy, because organisms theoretically might be dividing more slowly (the validity of this rationale has not been assessed). Longer treatment duration is required for persons with latent syphilis of unknown duration to ensure that those who did not acquire syphilis within the preceding year are adequately treated. 

Test Method 1 : The test requires a blood sample, which is drawn through a needle from a vein in your arm. 

Report available : Turn around time is 24 hours. 

 

A person have the following symptoms should get this done:      Is being treated for another sexually transmitted disease, such as gonorrhea

Is pregnant, during the first prenatal visit and again in the third trimester and at delivery if the woman is at high risk

Is a man who has sex with men; testing should be done at least yearly or every 3-6 months if at high risk

Engages in high-risk sexual activity, such as having unprotected sex with multiple partners

Has HIV infection, when first diagnosed and then at least yearly; may be done more frequently if at high risk

Has one or more partners who have tested positive for syphilis

Has been informed by public health officials that he or she has been exposed to an infected partner

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