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sores on my throat, right tonsil, and uvula, an oral STD?

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About 4 weeks ago I performed cunnilingus. 2 weeks later I bgan to have sores on my throat, right tonsil, and uvula. This followed with a ringing and pressure in my right ear. It has persisted for 2 weeks now so I am getting worried. Could this be an oral STD? I am gravely regretting doing this and I never will partake in this sort of activity again... I haven\'t had any other symptoms that I am aware of. Could this be an oral STD? The doctor can\'t see me until friday :(


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replied September 14th, 2011
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Sexually Transmitted Diseases Answer A26858
Hi,
Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am really glad to help you out.

Definitely, since these sores have appeared after oral intercourse, it raises the possibilities of STD's. However for these symptoms oral thrush should also be ruled out. Thrush appears as white patches in the mouth. Usually they can be seen on the tongue, inside the cheeks, under the tongue, and in the back of the throat. I suggest you to get an examination done from your doctor and get a KOH examination and culture sensitivity of the scrapings done of these sores.

It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.




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