i am a female who briefly gave a guy unprotected oral sex, it only lasted about 1 min and there was no ejaculation. that was a couple of months ago about 3 weeks after this i felt as though there was something at the back of my throat, i looked with mirrors and could see that around the tonsills there is a white spot that looks like it has white puss in it, it is still there after a month and i am getting worried that it may be due to the oral exposure, i would like your view on this and also would be grateful if you could describe the symptoms that you would get from any oral exposure. there is no sore throat or anything but i can feel this spot there at the back of the throat.
Studies have shown that people who perform oral sex on men often have sore throats, but no specific cause has been found. Stress undoubtely is often the explanation. Occasional cases are due to gonorrhea, but no abnormality can be found in most persons. Most cases of gonorrhea of the throat are entirely asymptomatic; and it almost always goes away within 2-3 months without treatment. Chlamydia rarely infects the throat. Herpes and syphilis can, but wouldn't cause prolonged discomfort of the sort you describe. Everybody has white spots on the tonsils from time to time.
Bottom line: If concerned, you could see a provider for a gonorrhea culture of the throat, but it probably will be negative. I doubt anything serious is going on.
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