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Hi, My Husband Got Tpha Test...his Reports Show Weak Reactive

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Posted on Thu, 26 Jan 2023
Question: Hi, my husband got tpha test...his reports show weak reactive and 1:80 titer...what does it mean
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Answered by Dr. Sunny Madar (7 hours later)
Brief Answer:
If tpha is reactive ,that means it needs treatment for that please visit to physician

Detailed Answer:
Hi dear
If tpha is reactive or positive then he needs treatment with pencillin G benzathine 2.4 million units weekly for 3 weeks ! Consult local physician and you yourself get checked by vdrl and tpha and rule out pregnancy because it can also cross placenta and leads congenital deformation too ! Along with treatment learn breathing exercises like sky technique it helps to relieve trauma and stress of disease

Regards,
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Hi, My Husband Got Tpha Test...his Reports Show Weak Reactive

Brief Answer: If tpha is reactive ,that means it needs treatment for that please visit to physician Detailed Answer: Hi dear If tpha is reactive or positive then he needs treatment with pencillin G benzathine 2.4 million units weekly for 3 weeks ! Consult local physician and you yourself get checked by vdrl and tpha and rule out pregnancy because it can also cross placenta and leads congenital deformation too ! Along with treatment learn breathing exercises like sky technique it helps to relieve trauma and stress of disease Regards,