I am 25yrs old male and i have a RPR reactive and VDRL, TPHA Non reactive due to my RPR result i can't work abroad please help me to resolve this i need to have a negative RPR result since i will be working abroad. I have a history of HEPATITIS A when i was 15yrs old during high school and last december i had sinusitis and my doctor gave me co-amoxiclav now i dont have sinusitis. I am confuse please help me my girlfriend is pregnant 3months thats why i need to work abroad badly.
This my lab results:
HEPATITIS B- Negative
AIDS Clearance - non reactive
*january 10, 2013*
VDRL / RPR -reactive
January 12, 2013
TPHA - non reactive
January 15, 2013( Dept of health lab)
RPR- reactive (1:64)
TPHA - NEGATIVE
April 18, 2013.
VDRL- non reactive
April 25, 20143
RPR with titer - Reactive( 1:2)
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