Help me please I think I may have syphilis! ABout a year ago i had protected vaginal intercourse with a female a few days later i noticed a large red pimple about 2 inches above penis in the pubic hair area ( i know that syphilis is actually an ulcer but could this pimple be syphilis) i had the pimple for about 3 weeks after that it turned into a flat brown stain i didnt seek medical attention because id used protection and wasnt aware that syphilis could infected any area of the body then about 7 months later i began having heaches heaches can be a symptom of syphlisi was tested with a non treponemal screening testfor syphilis and the results where negative im concerned because i think i may have gotten a false negative .what could this have been if not syphilis? and how accurate are screening tests for syphilis?
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