[Question #7721] Gonn or Chylmadia

26 days ago
Hello

I have a question.

You will see my past exposures are no unprotected oral

In Jan i had an exposure where my ineraction was protected oral where i recieved from a CSW. Ny protected Oral ended with ejaculation near her chest and very slight contact with her lip. It may have been inserted on her tongue for maximum 2 seconds.

No symptoms since. My regular partner and I reunited last week wednesday and she nor I since Jan have had any exposures since my Jan exposure 

Today 7 days since my last interaction with her she is having strong pellvic paiin

Could i have given her gonorhea oe chylmadia

I am reading pelvic pain is a symptom of these and i really stressing as all my oral interactions was protected except for maybe 5 seconds where i ejaculated and took the condom off i never inserted my penis into the CSW mouth.

Am i at risk for gonno or chlymadia coukd u have given it to her. 

The timeline of my regular partner having pain 7 days since we had sex is worying me as she nor I had previous exposures

Thank you
26 days ago
Sorry i should say when i refer to no symptoms since.

I have not had any symptoms but i know u dont need to show them to be positive for either i just thought i was fine untill this episode of pain she had and i am doubting myself
Thank you
Edward W. Hook M.D.
Edward W. Hook M.D.
26 days ago
Welcome back to the forum. The exposure of concerned that you mention was a no risk of it. Condoms are highly effective for preventing acquisition of STI’s such as Gonorrhea and Chlamydia.  When you combine this fact with the fact that you did not have even penetration of your unexposed penis to your partner’s mouth. There is no risk for infection.

As for your partner’s pelvic pain, this is a non-specific finding. I see no reason for you to be concerned that you may have given your partner an STI and that her pelvic pain relates to that.

If you remain worried, you could have a urine test for gonorrhea and chlamydia. Should you do this, I am confident it will be negative, proving that you do not have an STI and have not transmitted infection to your partner. 

I hope this information is helpful to you. EWH
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26 days ago
Thank you for that

And just so i am at ease:

Say my penis had come into contact with her saliva or touched her tonuge or lip or ( i dont believe it was but if it was entered in on the tip of her mouth) which again did not happen but i am just tryi g to understand mt risks as ot has been a while

Would this still be a very low or posaibly 0 risk as you mentioned

Thanks doc and that will be all
Edward W. Hook M.D.
Edward W. Hook M.D.
26 days ago
Good questions. Gonorrhea is typically not present on the lips or tongue and his present only in very small amounts in saliva. The side of infection of IV gonorrhea in the throat appears to be the back of the throat. Direct contact with that area ( the posterior pharynx) put you at risk for infection. Even in those situations only a small portion of all exposures lead to infection, probably less than 10%.  

I’m confident you’re fine.  Please don’t worry. EWH 
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26 days ago
When i refer to salova contact i was wondering about if she spat on my oenis as i was abt to ejaculate outside her mouth and her lip may have come into contact with my penis but inserted in.

Thank you and sorry again
Edward W. Hook M.D.
Edward W. Hook M.D.
25 days ago
I understand what you meant.  Saliva is often used as a lubricant in the process of masturbation and there is NO evidence that saliva iused in this way or any other way results in transmission of gonorrhea or chlamydia.  Similarly, as I said earlier, since the lips are not a site at which gonorrhea infection may occur, contact with the lips of a person who may have gonorrhea is also a NO risk event.  I would again urge you not to worry.

As this is my 3rd reply, this thread will be closed shortly as per Forum guidelines.  I hope that the information I have provided has been helpful. EWH
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