My question is, is there a possibility of having chlamydia in the mouth or throat? The reason for this is, I was having pain and symptoms so I went to the doctor to get tested for all stds.A couple days later I got a call saying I tested positive for chlamydia. So I got an antibiotic for me and my partner. We took it, a few days later I still wasn't feeling completely normal so we both got another round of antibiotics just to make sure we got rid of it. But now, my partner has a sore throat, his glands are swollen on both sides of his neck, he says its hard to swallow, and hes had a ridiculously high temperature. Is that any symptoms for chlamydia to the mouth or throat? Is there even such a thing?
And if there is would the antibiotics have cured it along with the vaginal chlamydia? Please help, I've done alot of researching and have found no answers.
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