I had two risk situations and after report them, I wanna ask a question about gonorhea.
1 - I had protected sex with a sexworker but the condom broke. I stoped the sex imediatly and washed my penis.
2 - i had protected sex with another sex worker.
6 weeks after the first exposition and 1 week after the second I had some errante sympton. I had to go to the bathroom several times to pee during a day. I went to a private lab and tested to Chlamydia (át. That time I did not have money for testing for Gonorhea). After test, I called to a friend who is a Doctor ant told him my symptom. He gave 500mg of ciprofloxacin and 1g of azithromycin. The Next day I was better and after two days I was pretty good.
Four days later I saw the result of the Chlamydia test and it was negative. I cant't test now because the pills I took have killed the bacteria.
before the second exposure my wife did oral sex in me for three minutes.
She complained of sore throat.
I talked to the first sexworker and she daid she is free fro every STD. She tested negative for HIV and shower me some tests she did some weeks before our intercourse which say she has no STD.
1- could my symptoms don't be related with STD?
2 - is it common to cacht Gonorhea in protected sex (it was not clhamydia, according the test)?
3 - the urine sample won't tell me if I had Gonorhea, but Can I test a blody test which polis for antibody for Gonorhea? I ask that because I don't wanna tell my wife that she has to test without be sure I had Gonorhea. She is complainig again about sore throat (since I know her she has it from time to time, but now I think it could be caused by me).
Yes, you're right. But taking in consideration all I told you, do you think the odds of she has gonorrhea are high or low? And if she has what kind of symptoms could she have? Strong ones? If she has gonorrhea and don't have symptoms, it can be dangerous for her health?
I would like to make some last questions. I would thank you if you could answer them. I need your answers to decide what to do.
1 - Taking in consideration that my wife performed me oral sex when I was asymptomatic, the odds of she has been infected decreases?
2 - If someone catchs gonorrhea in the throat or NSU in the throat it can be cured or healed by itself (with no medicines)?
3 - When someone has gonorrhea in the throat or NSU in the throat and don't receive medical treatment because this person does not know of his/her condition (no symptoms), it can be dangerous and bring damages to his/her health?
4 - When someone has gonorrhea in the throat or NSU in the throat and develops symptoms, is there any pattern to these symptoms? I ask that because I know my wife since six years ago anf often she complains about some discomfort in her throat. Since she gave me oral sex she complained twice, but anything abnormal. So if it was a synptom of gonorrhea in the throat or NSU in the throat the symptoms would be stronger than she usually has?
5 - The treatment of gonorrhea in the throat or NSU in the throat can be administerd with a single dose tablet like I did to myself or it's more complex?
I'm sorry if I asked you so many questions. But I really need them to decide what I should do.
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