I am a 20 year old female. I have been with the same partner for almost 4 years now. We both are our first & only sexual partners. I’m usually really aware of my health. And sometime last month, I discovered red cobblestone bumps on my pharynx. I noticed it 2 days after I performed oral on my partner, but we usually do it all the time. My period is also 2 days late but we only performed oral sex & no intercourse. They do not hurt at all. I also had some burning in my gum and tongue but that went away in a week. At first when I breathed, my pharynx felt irritating, but I had no trouble swallowing food. I got really worried so I was referred to an ENT doctor, he said it was just reflux laryngitis since he examined it with an endoscopy. So he prescribed me amoxicillin for 7 days which helped a little but the bumps never went away. Sometimes, I would experience bad chills with no fever at all especially when I sleep. They would come back one day & another day, I would feel normal. I also noticed one white small tonsil stone above one of my tonsils. Could this be oral gonorrhea or any type of STD?
this doesnt seem to be any type of std or gonorrhea. these may be enlarged furuncles or pustules. they usually take quite a while to settle down. oral betadine gargles and multi vitamin tablets will help faster recovery.
maintain good oral hygiene.
std or gonorrhea seems to be less likely. laryngitis is the most likely cause. you may be allergic to the male genital chemicals . do avoid having oral sex as much as possible.
a mouth cleanser should be used immediately and 6 hours after having oral sex.
NOPE ..THIS IS NOT ANY FORM OF STD OR GONORRHEA. THEIR SYMPTOMS ARE ALTOGETHER DIFFERENT. YOU JUST HAVE REACTIVE POSTERIOR WALL PHARYNGITIS. ORAL HYGIENE WITH VITAMIN TABLETS WILL ACCELERATE THE HEALING PROCESS