[Question #6117] question

16 months ago
Hello. I did something kinda dumb last night. Anyways, had a big fight with my girlfriend. I went out and picked up a black female street walker. We stated of with covered oral but I could not cum. She took off the condom and finished me with unprotected oral. It lasted for like a minute. It was deep throat. I know I am a litttle bit of a higher risk because she was a street walker. My question is that this moning I took 2 cefidiner 300mg I believe. I have about six pills in total. Would the 2 pills prevent gono or anything else? Do I have to take all the pills? Thank you. 
Edward W. Hook M.D.
Edward W. Hook M.D.
16 months ago
Welcome to the Forum.  Receipt of oral sex is relatively low risk- most persons do not have infections and most infected people do not transmit infection following a single exposure.  If you were to become infected, by far the most likely infection to occur would be gonorrhea.  While there are no specific studies on the topic, it is likely that, soon after exposure, the cefidener you took would prevent gonorrhea is it were going to develop.  At this point, my suggestion is to move forward and try to put your coccerns behind you. EWH---
16 months ago
Thank you for your response doc.

So you are saying I don't have to worry about hiv or any other stds on the account that I mentioned above? I can move on? I have hsv1 since I was a kid so I believe I should be ok there.
Edward W. Hook M.D.
Edward W. Hook M.D.
16 months ago
Correct.  EWH---
16 months ago
Just a minor correction. I took the 1 pill about 8 hours after the incident and the other pill 8 hours after that but less than 24 hours.

16 months ago
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Edward W. Hook M.D.
Edward W. Hook M.D.
16 months ago
As per Forum Guidelines, this will be my final response as part of this thread.

The antibiotics you took are likely to have activity against gonorrhea but have not been formally studied.  Further, the timing of the antibiotics you took is not a typical dosing schedule for treatment of gonorrhea or other STIs.  You do not know that you were exposed to gonorrhea and even if you were, most exposures do not lead to infection.  Your risk for infection is low BUT you are clearly worried.  Given all of the unknowns, the best way for you to get piece of mind is to have a urine test for gonorrhea and chlamydia.  At this time the results will be reliable and should be believed.  I anticipate that you will find that you are not infected.

I hope this comment is helpful.  Take care.  EWH
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16 months ago
I want to know if you would get tested from the event above if you found yourself in this situation?  No because of nerves.
16 months ago
Do you think I truly have a risk knowing what I told you. Thanks.
Edward W. Hook M.D.
Edward W. Hook M.D.
16 months ago
Repetitive questions.  I would not be worried.  I am not you.  You need to deal with your own concerns and anxieties in a way that will help you to move forward.  End of thread.  EWH---