About a week ago I gave unpretected oral sex to a pre-op transexual, it was a definite lapse in my better judgment. Soon after my throat became dry, but not sore really. For the past few days it has been scratchy. It's gotten a little better, its now more of a wet scratchy feeling and it feels like it's moving down my throat. I am an allergy sufferer and this is the time of year where my allergies tend to act up. However I am still concerned about possible throat STDs. I've had no other symptoms so far, no pain when urinating, no swollen throat, no fever.
I just want some opinions about this. I'm willing to wait another week before I go see a doctor and have tests done.
you can contract std's from performing oral but overall the risk is very low. odds are this is your allergies or even an upper respiratory infection contracted from kissing this person or even breathing within 3 feet of someone.
to best protect yourself and save yourself worry, only give and receive protected oral sex :)
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