i recently had a vaginal swab std test and the results came back negative for chlamydia gonorrhea and trich. I am still concerned because my possible exposure was not from vaginal sex, but from receiving cunnilingus. So is it possible for me to still actually have gonorrhea, but in my urethra instead of my cervix? Or would a vaginal swab have shown that? I'm thinking of going back to have a urine test taken but I am uninsured and don't really have the money to spend unless there would be a possibility of a urethral gonorrhea infection and not a cervical. Then I would obviously go get the urine test. So just to be clear; if you received cunnalingus from a man (who may or may not have a throat gonorrhea infection) is it possible for a woman to get gonorrhea of the urethra but not the cervix? And would a vaginal swab detect it?
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