Valuable input from you all so far.. and much appreciated..
Been trying to get my head roud the 'Who' since thursday.. couldn't talk about it at work obviously and definitely not with the missus.. so thanks all for the contributions so far.. positive and negative..
I was lucky, (well sort of) that my symptoms were very mild, tiny amount of discharge is what alarmed me.. slight burning when urinating.. no swelling at all.
So what you are saying a girl that gave OWO , never takes a load in the mouth can give me that. (not from anyone - Doesn't have a partner, and def hasn't swallowed any tom, dick or abduls seed) .. I've tried for 2 years to get her to let me.. and I'm very persuasive.. (20 years of selling skills haha),
Dont get me wrong, I will out her for sure if She tests positive.. I have spoken to her and to be fair to her, She is going through testing right now.. Her first reaction was that I'd given it to her.. I told her the same day and She is NOT currently working until tested and clear.. sensible.
I don't want to trash someone I like very much before I know, and I know She will show me the test results..
I only wanted to post to get opinion and knowledge. I was told at the clinic the incubation period and the dates fit almost exactly with when I last saw her and the 'outbreak' Started.. But didn't know with any certainty that She could infect without being infected herself, Just from OWO.. Based on that it was difficult to believe it was her.. Miss Vanilla essentially..
Oral sex can also pass on the germ, and some people actually develop a sore throat due to gonorrhoeal infection. But sex workers and others may carry the bacterium in their throats without realising it.
A research paper presented at a sexual diseases conference in Newcastle in May 2011 revealed a high incidence of gonorrhoea of the throat among British prostitutes because so many of them give oral sex several times per day.
Gonorrhea is spread through contact between the male or female genital organ, mouth, and anus.
IMPORTANT...Ejaculation does not have to occur for gonorrhea to be transmitted or acquired