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IF A RPR IS NEGATIVE AND  THE TITER IS NON REACTIVE WITH A SCALE OF 1:1 BUT THE TPPA IS REACITIVE CAN A PERSON STILL INFECT THERE PARTNER? AND WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
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have you ever been treated in the past for syphilis?

has your partner been tested?

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It could be a false positive. Have you ever had syphilis before?
I would treat and retest in about 3-4 weeks.

You can only infect someone when the canker is present.
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Have the same result as yours, does it mean you're still infected with syphilis? Did you go back to the doctor for treatment?
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