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    I went down on my boyfriend basically.. swallowed(sorry for being graphic) and about an hour later started to have a stingy feeling at the back of my throat.

    24 hours on i still have it.

    Worth going to the GP?
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    I'd say no, it's most likely you just scratched you throat on some food and swallowing just irritated it a bit. If it hangs around much longer you can always go for peace of mind
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    Urm, from past experience, this is kind of normal. As long as it isn't BURNING your throat off, I wouldn't really bother. Save the embarrassment :p:

    It always seems to... clog at the back of your throat.
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    No, probably just slight irritation from said act.

    Leave it a bit
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    Thing is a hadnt eaten anything within them hours so
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    Chlamydia and gonorrhoea will happily live in the throat (although they don't usually give a sore throat, just a mildly horse voice or a feeling of thick secretions).

    If you're worried attend a GUM clinic and they can do throat swabs, your GP will probably not have a clue unless you're very lucky as this isn't the sort of thing they deal with too often.

    Also sounds like a good opportunity to get your bf checked out
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    (Original post by Touche)
    Chlamydia and gonorrhoea will happily live in the throat (although they don't usually give a sore throat, just a mildly horse voice or a feeling of thick secretions).
    If you're worried attend a GUM clinic and they can do throat swabs, your GP will probably not have a clue unless you're very lucky as this isn't the sort of thing they deal with too often.

    Also sounds like a good opportunity to get your bf checked out

    Oh my.
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    I agree.

    Could be nothing, could be something.

    STD can travel easily via oral sex.
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    ZOMG PANIC!!!!!

    or not... even if it's something funky they don't cause problems in the throat and disappear on their own after a few months anyway. So wouldn't be a big deal... unlike having an infection downstairs which can cause bigger problems if untreated. Hence nobody really talks/worries about throat STIs much.
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    Developed a cough and two nasty ulcers on the inside of my lip.. Ergh!.
 
 
 
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