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i am a gay man, and at a recent routine std testing this week i was diagnosed & treated for gonorrhea, detected in my throat only; anal swab was negative. do i need to tell a recent sexual partner who gave me oral sex? i did not give oral to him.

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YES: Make sure he goes to MD and gets tested and treated if positive
Answered on Jul 9, 2018
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