Venereal Disease

Siddha Ayurveda Medicine cure Venereal Diseases

Venereal Diseases (V.D.) are the sexually transmitted infections (STI) which includes a variety of pathogens namely viruses, bacteria, fungi and protozoa for which the common factor is the mode of transmission and acquisition which is mainly by Sexual relations between human beings.  Venereal diseases such as syphilis, gonorrhea, chancroid and lymphogranuloma venereum have existed since earliest times. However, it is difficult to identify modern disease entities based on written historical record.

Tests for Venereal Disease - Syphilis

The venereal disease research laboratory test which is popularly known as VDRL is used to diagnose whether or not a patient has syphilis, a sexually transmitted infection (STI).

If the test comes back positive for syphilis antibodies, the patient might probably have syphilis. If this occurs, the doctor will order a more specific test to confirm the results. A treponemal test is often used to confirm the positive test. Treponemal test checks whether the immune system has produced specific antibodies in direct response to the syphilis-causing Treponema pallidum.

Signs and Symptoms of Venereal Disease


Syphilis has four different phases: Primary, Secondary, Latent, and Tertiary. Each phase has its own set of symptoms.

The symptoms of primary syphilis in men may include:

  • a very small, firm, and painless sore where the bacteria entered the body, usually on the penis, anus, or lips
  • swollen lymph nodes in the area near the sore

Symptoms of secondary syphilis may include:

  • a skin rash that does not itch, commonly found on the palms of the hands or soles of the feet
  • tiredness
  • sore throat
  • headache
  • swollen lymph nodes

Latent syphilis is the stage that occurs after the symptoms of secondary have stopped and the STD has gone untreated.

Tertiary syphilis is the fourth stage. It can cause serious complications, including damage to the heart, nervous system, brain, joints, and other parts of the body. Syphilis can cause serious medical issues and death.


Gonorrhea is a bacterial infection that can affect the anus, throat, or urethra. It is transmitted during anal, oral, or vaginal sex with a man or woman who has been infected. Most men with gonorrhea don’t display any symptoms at all. For those who do, symptoms include:

  • pain when urinating
  • a green, white, or yellow discharge from the penis
  • swollen testicles


Chlamydia is a bacterial STD that is transmitted during anal, oral, or vaginal sex with someone who is infected with chlamydia.

Many people who become infected with chlamydia don’t ever display symptoms. Others only begin to display symptoms several weeks after becoming infected. Some of the symptoms of chlamydia in men include:

pain when urinating
penile discharge
swollen testicles


The symptoms of herpes can be difficult to spot. Many people won’t have any symptoms at all. Symptoms often occur between two days and two weeks after infection. The initial outbreak can be severe. Common symptoms of herpes in men are:

  • tingling, itching, or burning of the skin in the area where the blisters will appear
  • blisters on the penis, testicles, on and around the anus, buttocks, or thighs
  • blisters on the lips, tongue, gums, and other parts of the body
  • aching muscles in the lower back, buttocks, thighs, or knees
  • swollen and sometimes tender lymph nodes in the groin
  • fever

Treatment For Venereal Diseases

We at Sakthi’s Hospital And Research Center (SHARC) have developed special protocol for the treatment for venereal diseases. Our special siddha ayurvedic medicine helps patients relieves all the venereal disease symptoms. The current protocol developed for the treatment of venereal and sexually transmitted diseases by Dr. K. A. SANTHOSH SELVAM BSMS, MS(C.T.). Duration of the treatment for complete cure will be 18 months. And we can guarantee that our patients can relieved from symptoms within the first three months of treatments.

For appointments contact Dr. SANTHOSH SELVAM BSMS, MS(C.T.) – MOBILE: 0909-291-5154