11 days ago I had unprotected oral with a female I had just met. I had asked her before we started if she was clean and she insisted that she was. 9 days later I was frequently urinating ( I had not drank more water or coffee than usual) and on the 10th day it felt like my urethra was sore. It does not hurt when I urinate and I have not seen any discharge up to now which is day 11 after possible exposure.
Thanks. Can you have gonorrhea without the discharge? I've read that symptoms usually start within 2-5 days. I'm it is possible for them to start later( like 10 days) or is it rare to start outside the 2-5 day mark?
In reading through some of the posts it seems that it is rare for someone with gonorrhea orally to pass it on to someones genitals. Am I mistaken? My main concern ( albeit in my head) is that she had gonorrhea in her throat and passed it to my genitals
My doctor suspects Chlamydia. In reading through this site, I was under the impression that it wasn't transmitted orally. They did a urine dip stick test and that came out negative. So now they are testing for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia
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