The 81% increase in syphilis cases statewide from 2019 to 2022 has state health officials encouraging people to get screened for sexually transmitted infections.
Syphilis infections have swelled from 2,135 cases in 2019 to 3,875 cases last year.
Over the same time period, HIV infections have remained flat with 1,386 cases last year. Chlamydia and gonorrhea cases have dropped 14% and 8%, respectively, according to data from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS).
“North Carolina is experiencing an increase in syphilis infections statewide and has been for the last several years,” DHHS said in a statement to WRAL Investigates. “We continue to work to inform clinicians and other people who care for patients about the syphilis increase.”
In Wake County, STIs have increased across the board since 2019. HIV infections have increased 42%, gonorrhea infections have increased 6% and syphilis cases have increased 25%.”
“We want people to get in and treated as quickly as possible,” said Alonza Pamplin, communicable disease supervisor for the Wake County Division of Public Health. “If you are not treated for syphilis you can go years without knowing you have it.”
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