by Hayden Townsend and Afshin Norai
Men: Chancre sores are often found in the genital area and on the hands and soles of the feet. These reddish-brown sores are painless and hard to feel so it is often difficult to diagnose the disease. A sore throat is also often felt.
Women: The symptoms for women are much the same. Sores are found in the genital area, hands, and soles which are painless and hard to diagnose. A fever often develops in women, though, which is often around 101 degrees fahrenheit.
Pictures of the Various Symptoms
Chancre Sores on the Hands and Feet
These are painless and often hard to diagnose.
This is felt by both men and women.
This is only felt by both men and women.