Can oral gonorrhea or oral chlamydia be spread through saliva or kissing?

Not by kissing. No documented cases of gonorrhea and chlamydia spread by kissing. It is possible to get chlamydia from infected saliva, but not very likely.Gonorrhea can be transmitted in both directions when oral sex is performed on a man, and throat infections with gonorrhea are notoriously difficult to treat.Chlamydia can also by spread by oral sex.

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Can people have gonorrhea or chlamydia in their throats from oral sex? Is this dangerous if you don't know? If a cut in mouth is it in your blood?

Yes, .... Oral sex with infected partners may transmit the diseases like gono or chlamydia. Some 1/2 of gono-infected women and some 1/10 of men who are infected with gono may be asymptomatic. So, be evaluated and counseled for current concern and future prevention. Best wish to health... Read more...
Yes you can. Gonorrhea and chlamydia can cause oropharyngeal or throat infections from "oral sex". Most people with these throat infections tend to have symptoms and experience soreness, painful throats, fevers...and seek treatment and relief; antibiotics can readily prevent the dissemination of the infection to other organs. Read more...