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Likely Getting Oral Ghonneria
Is it possible for a women to get symptoms of gonorrhea in less than 24 hours of exposure? And how likely is it that a man would NOT have symptoms?
Gonorrhea/symptoms: The incubation time for symptoms to occur in females (such as discolored discharge) would be several days. Men do not always have symptoms, b/c the male urethra may not be as exposed, and urination after sex is common and will effectively diminish the inoculum of bacteria in males. When men do become infected, the discharge and pain is significant. ...Read more
Can you get oral gonorrhea when u only came in contact with it vaginally no oral sex but had reg sex?
Unlikely: Oral gonorrhea is transmitted by oral sex. Vaginal sex cant cause oral inflammation. But any case of gonorrhea should be treated. Untreated may lead to " disseminated" infection and sometimes may cause knee septic arthritis. STD prevention and testing is the key. Check w doctor if doubt. ...Read more
How likely would it be for a man to contract gonorrhea from receiving unprotected oral sex from a women and showing no symptoms 3 weeks after.?
Never been sexually active before. Ever. Can you get oral chlamydia or gonorrhea from someone who has never had sex or oral sex before?
If you are both: Virgins who are free of any form of sexually transmitted diseased - then you can not give an std to one another. ...Read more
How likely is it to transmit gonorrhea/chlamydia to my partner in unprotected oral/anal intercourse if I have been treated a week ago? No discharge.
No negative lab, yes: If you haven't gone back to have a follow up exam and lab testing then you may still be infective. ...Read more
Awaiting tests, but today I noticed sore throat when I swallow. Performed oral sex on woman 7 days ago and unprotected sex. No other symptoms. If it's oral gonorrhea, does the soreness get worse? What are characteristics of sore throat? Come and go?
Usually no symptoms: Oral gonorrhea almost always (95% of the time) is asymptomatic, with no sore throat at all. On the infrequent occasions it causes symptoms, they would not come and go. Also, cunnilingus -- oral-vaginal contact -- rarely transmits gonorrhea or other STDs. Most likely your symptoms are not from any infection from that exposure. But see a doctor if symptoms continue or you remain concerned. ...Read more
Possible: Sorry, "possible" is all anyone can tell you online - you need formal evaluation, particularly for tubal problems, to get a realistic answer. ...Read more
Throat gonorrhea: You can get gonorrhea of the throat, especially from oral sex (fellatio) on an infected man. Throat gonorrhea usually causes no symptoms, but sometimes sore throat. It can be transmitted to other partners by performing oral sex. If you have done oral on infected partner, see a doctor or clinic for testing and treatment. ...Read more
Monogamy: Avoiding sexual contact with a carrier is the only war to avoid gonorrhea. The fact that someone can carry the germ in their genital tract without symptoms and pass it with every contact should be concerning. Condoms, spermacides, lotions, washes etc. May slow the bug down but you can still get it. Monogamy of both partners (treated months in the past if an issue) is the sensable way to avoid it. ...Read more
Maybe: If you are foolish enough to neglect it. Forgive my frankness. If you were diagnosed with this by a competent physician, and refused antibiotic treatment because of superstition or something you read on the internet or were told by a charlatan, it's your health and health of anybody else with whom you might be close. ...Read more
Two to four days: A swab is taken from the urethra (the hole where your pee comes out), or other suspected area, and a culture/naat/dna probe is performed on the specimen. It takes about 48 hrs to get a result. If it's positive you need antibiotics to get better and so does your sexual partner. ...Read more
Gonorrhea: Your local health department.Get a more detailed answer ›
Get tested: You do not get treated or take medicine based on symptoms, you need to get tested to see if you have it (or not.). ...Read more
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