Welcome to the Forum. Your risk of infection from performing oral sex on a partner is very low. the most common STD acquired from performance of oral sex is gonorrhea- chlamydia almost never occurs. In addition. had you gotten infected 2 years ago, it is likely that your infection would have cured itself by now but if you really feel the need, the only way to test for throat infection is with a swab test from the throat.
Chlamydia and gonorrhea are local infections which typically do not travel through the body. Had you been infected (unlikely) your infection would not have traveled through to your cervix.
There is no risk of infertility associated with chlamydia or gonorrhea of the throat.
Gonorrhea is more often transmitted by oral sex than chlamydia.
ORal gonorrhea is relatively uncommon.
It is more common for the throat to become infected through performing oral sex than for gonorrhea to be transmitted in the process of oral sex although both have been reported. Genital/gennital transmission if far more likely an "efficient" than oral infections/transmission.
Gonorrhea can occasionally go away on its own. EWH
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If you are worried about oral gonorrhea, get tested and plan on believing the test results when you get them (I am confident the tests would be negative). You have no reason to think that your prior partner had gonorrhea. If you got gonorrhea of the throat many but not all infections would clear up/go away on there own. This sort of resolution is more common when gonorrhea occurs at the throat than elsewhere.
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