At the end of may, i had unprotected anonymous oral sex with a man. About a week later, i got a burning sensation in my throat, feeling similar to acid reflux. After a week of the sore throat, a slight earache accompanied it. I recently received unprotected receptive oral sex wo ejaculation approx 20 minutes in length (i am am a male). Upon waking up four hours after the act, i noticed a burning sensation during urination, focused in the last inch of my urethra. Sore throat after oral sex? Please help lightbringer yesterday for the first time i had given oral sex to my girlfriend and then she gave me a bj back, i kinda kept clearing my throat the same day before and after oral sex but it was nothing serious. Dear sick, whether it is related or not, having a sore throat and swollen glands can be a real drag. The symptoms you describe could be a common cold or strep throat, but they could also be caused by an infection you may have received during oral sex. Its possible that your partner may have a sexually transmitted infection (sti) without knowing it, and passed it on to you through fluids. After i perform oral sex, i almost always come down with strep throat. I know the two are related because if im not sexually active for a period of time then i am fine health wise. But if i have oral sex with someone, the symptoms begin to show withing 3 days. Unprotected oral sex - sore tongue and mouth dsthom i am a 32 year old, gay, male, recovering sex addict who this past autumn suffered a bad relapse after 10 years of sobriety including 8 years with my long term partner. Chlamydia can be passed through oral sex, but the infection is more likely to be transmitted through anal or vaginal sex. Chlamydia affects the throat, genitals, urinary tract, and rectum. However, im currently suffering from a persistent sore throat, which seems to get worse after performing oral on my current girlfriend. At first i thought it was irritation from me smoking, but i think i may have given her something that in turn keeps re-infecting me when performing oral sex. Oral sex refers to when a person puts their mouth, tongue, or lips on the genitals or anus of another person. Sexually transmitted diseases (stds) that people can pass on through oral sex can. Question hi i gave oral sex to a partner, the next morning my tounge was slighlty tinglingburning, i have now noticed (36 hours after giving oral) that i have a white spot on either side of my tonsils along with a slight sore throat, im very worried this could be something serious, im booked in to get checked out on monday but im looking for a peace of mind.