Can one person carry herpes HIV and syphilis?
Yes, they are separate diseases, two caused by a virus (HIV and
Herpes) and one bacterial (Syphilis). There is no reason why one
unfortunate person could not have all three.
Yes, a person could be infected with syphilis, herpes and HIV all at the same time.
Five of the most common STDs in the US are chlamydia, gonorrhea, herpes, genital warts/HPV, and trichomoniasis. But in some circles, HIV and syphilis are more common. gonorrhea herpes and syphilis Five STDs are: Gonorrhea Hepatitis B and C Herpes HIV Disease Syphilis For a more comprehensive list of STDs, visit the Related Question.
A reactive VDRL may indicate infection with syphilis, but false positive tests are possible, and a positive VDRL should be followed-up with a second treponemal test. A reactive VDRL does not tell a person whether she or he is infected wtih HIV. A separate HIV test should be done. A person with syphilis is at higher risk for contracting HIV, but a reactive VDRL does not mean that a person has HIV.
Syphilis cannot cause HIV. However, a syphilis sore makes it easier to catch HIV, and the diseases have many of the same risk factors and the same mode of transmission. No. Syphilis is caused by a spirochete bacterium. HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus, which as you might guess from the name is a virus.
AIDS, Venerial Disease, Human Papiloma Virus, Herpes. The most common STDs are: Bacterial - Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis; Viral - Genital Warts (HPV), Genital Herpes (HSV-2); Parasite - Trichomoniasis. HIV, although transmitted sexually, is transmitted easily via other methods (such as blood and breast milk) and is not classified directly as a STD although is is transmitted sexually. Chlamydia Gonorrhoea Herpes Syphilis HPV HIV * Chlamydia * Genital Herpes * Gonnorhea * Genital Warts * Hepatitis…