A photo timeline shows the symptoms of a monkey disease patient changing day by day

PICTURES of a man with monkeypox show the symptoms change day by day.

Silver Steel was covered in painful blisters around his mouth that got worse and worse, taking about 20 days to heal.


Silver Steele shared these photos of how her face got a monkey pox rash in 20 dayscredit: instagram
Silver says she is no longer contagious, but is afraid her skin will scar.  It was taken after receiving the anti-monkey vaccine


Silver says she is no longer contagious, but is afraid her skin will scar. It was taken after receiving the anti-monkey vaccinecredit: instagram

He fears what he thought was “razor burn” at first will now scar his skin for life.

Silver Steele, the patient’s professional name is a porn star, bravely took to social media to share the photo to spread awareness.

Although monkeypox can be transmitted to anyone, it has spread almost exclusively to men who have sex with men since the outbreak began worldwide in the spring.

It is spread through sexual contact, close skin-to-skin contact, and semen, but is not considered an STD.

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Silver, who is from Houston, Texas, wrote on her Instagram: “These sores can be very painful, going to other people’s genitals or anorectal area, going to the bathroom is very painful.

“If you know someone who is suffering from this condition please reach out and get checked because they can feel alone. Kind words go a long way.

“Prevent yourself from being like me: try to get vaccinated!! It’s also a droplet virus, so it can be spread by kissing, sharing drinks, or even touching someone with sores/blisters on their skin!

“Use plenty of hand sanitiser, say hello instead of hugs and kisses, and be careful at crowded events, especially where people are sweating!”

Silver previously told Insider that the sores around her mouth were “like stabbing” pain so bad she almost passed out.

She first noticed pimple-like bumps around her mouth about a week after attending a 4th of July holiday party.

At first he thought it might be razor burn, but monkey pox put him off his mind.

Four days later, she woke up feeling sick, with swollen lymph nodes, swallowing and immobility. That night he had a fever, chills, and sweats.

As a rule, monkeypox appears a few days before the appearance of a rash with flu-like symptoms. But some people say the disease works in a different way.

The doctor confirmed that Kumush had monkeypox, and now he has a rash on his throat and side.

Describing the doctor who was examining her, Silver said: “He took the tongue depressor out and all of a sudden it was like, oh my god! And everything went black. [from the pain].”

Silver also suffered a few injuries to her arms and legs, but said they were less painful than the others.

He said he was grateful that the genitals, a common symptom of monkeypox, were not affected.

“My heart goes out to those people. – They say that when they go to the toilet, it feels like they are passing hot needles.

Know the hair

The rash usually appears one to five days after the first symptoms.

With monkeypox, the rash usually starts on the face and then spreads to other parts of the body. This can include the mouth, genitals, and anus.

According to experts, genital lesions are more common than usual in this epidemic.

And the lesions are concentrated in one area, for example, in the anus.

The concern is that these symptoms are being confused for other STIs, such as genital warts or syphilis, or even cold sores.

At first, the rash may look like pimples or blisters and may be painful or itchy.

It goes through several stages where the blisters turn into ulcers before they crust over.

The first stage of the rash is the macular stage, where red or discolored acne-like spots appear that are initially flat but then become raised (papular).

When the nodules are filled with clear fluid, this is called the vesicular stage. Buds are strong and do not break easily.

In the pustule stage, the clear fluid inside the blisters becomes yellowish, and then a hollow (umbilical cord) forms in the center.

This stage can last five to seven days before the sores begin to crust over.

The pustules will begin to scab over the next two weeks and healthy skin will grow over it.

When the rash appears on the skin, it should be less painful than in the initial stages.

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