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. Oral sex can trigger a yeast infection in your mouth, vagina, penis, or anus. Although its possible that you contracted the infection from a partner, the timing may also be a coincidence. As any doctor at a sexual health clinic can tell you, it is possible to acquire several forms of sexually transmitted infections (sti) through oral sex, if the other person. Avoid oral sex if either of you has sores around your mouth, genitals or anus, or and cuts, bleeding or infection in your throat or mouth. Going down, rimming and blow jobs are some of the many ways of describing oral sex. having infections of chlamydia and gonorrhea in the throat may make it easier to spread these infections to others through oral sex. This is especially important for gonorrhea, since throat infections can be harder to treat than urinary, genital or rectal infections. Oral sex and throat infection susie123456789 hi everyone, recently i went to the doctor with a nasty sore throat that had started to get swollen and accumulate white spots. I have been sexual active for about 6 years, and i have noticed a pattern. 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. Gonorrhea can be passed through oral sex, but the infection is more likely to be transmitted through anal or vaginal sex. Gonorrhea affects the throat, genitals, urinary tract, and rectum. Specifically, oral gonorrhea (also termed pharyngeal gonorrhea) is defined as an std infection of the pharynx with gram-negative coccal-shaped (round) bacteria named neisseria gonorrhoeae. Infection is acquired through direct contact with whiteyellowish pus-like fluid (also termed discharge or exudates) containing n.