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i am vdrl positive., and base on some cases i read here in internet penicillin G is the medicine to treat syphilis.. but i live here in phil and i ask drugs pharmacy if they have penicilin G but they say that they dont have it because it is already paste out. so it means even in their big branch it was no more.. Help me pls what antibiotic i should be take to cure my syphilis ive been consult on a 3 doctor but i think they dont know how to treat syphilis.. they are not infectious disease especialist.
Unfortunately, these sites don't have doctors and it is against the rules of Medhelp to give out specific drug information or doctor referrals. I'm sorry. Most doctors should be aware of what to treat for syphillis (syphilis).
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