I had a random encounter with a stranger.
stranger did not have discharge
I sucked his pinis and he sucked mine....uncovered.
He ****** me whereing a condom.
I got a sore throat the very next day
I do not have any penile discharge
How likely is it that I have gonnorhea of the throat?
What is the best choice of antibiotics for treatment?
We cannot advise on self-treatment. If you have pus pockets on your tonsils, then you should get a throat culture. It could be strep or tonsilitis, or something not std related. But you did have unprotected oral, so there is a slight chance of you getting gonorrhea as well. The point is that to determine what this is so you can get it properly treated is to get seen by a doctor for a throat swab. Make sure you tell them about the unprotected oral sex.
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