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Could I have a disease

By Anonymous April 6, 2016 - 10:16pm
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I had oral sex before, maybe a week ago and past too from the same guy. I was wondering what kind of disease I could get from that and if it will go away on its own? I have had blisters before in my mouth after but they went away. Do you think if I caught something it would still be in my system? I can't really go to a clinic since they need parents and I can't go with them :( they can't know. & also He rubbed his penis on my vagina with no comdom. I hope I'm not in risk for anything but I just can't tell if anything is wrong:( there was no bumps on my vagina. Just mouth as he has eqaculated inside it

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. I am glad you reached out to our community with your concern. I am assuming you are worried that you may be at risk for contracting a STD. You would be at risk if your partner has an sexually transmitted disease.

Many STIs, including HIV, chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis, can be spread through oral sex. However, the chances of giving or getting STIs during oral sex can be lowered by using a condom or dental dam.

Oral gonorrhea (also termed pharyngeal gonorrhea) can cause symptoms of sore throat and discomfort when swallowing food. The affected throat resembles a strep throat with redness and occasionally may have some white spots or whitish/yellow discharge. People who perform fellatio (oral contact with a penis) are more likely to get oral gonorrhea than those who do cunnilingus (oral contact with the vagina, clitoris).

Although oral gonorrhea can be cured by the body (ranges from about a week to three months), not all people will be able to self-cure and this could lead to spread of the disease throughout the body (disseminated gonorrhea). The main symptom of oral gonorrhea is a sore throat but up to 90% of individuals infected may have little or no symptoms.

Anonymous, without seeing these blisters, I cannot say what caused them. They could have been cold sores. I understand your reservations for going to a clinic, but since you are sexually active, you should be tested for STDs if you suspect exposure. And, you really must consider birth control options, not only to prevent an unwanted pregnancy but to protect yourself against STDs.

To learn more, please visit our Contraception page https://www.empowher.com/contraception
and our Sexually Transmitted Diseases page https://www.empowher.com/condition/sexually-transmitted-diseases


April 7, 2016 - 5:22am
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Anonymous (reply to Maryann Gromisch RN)

I had oral sex without a comdom and I don't know if he had any disease he has been with people before and this is my first one. The blisters on my mouth were spread around they felt like normal cold sore you get when you eat lemons and salts but some were just little balls with clear water looking fluid inside. They're gone now but I'm still concerned they didn't hurt very bad either

April 7, 2016 - 6:37am
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