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Can you please explain it was a sex with your regular partner ?
Was it an unprotected sex ?
When you had the sex ?
Thanks for the details
I am a Consultant Physician and have been dealing such cases for more than 17 years
First of all there is a very low risk of contracting gonorrhea or Chlamydia or Gonorrhea
Secondly you have already 6 days since the exposure and if you have no symptoms so gonorrhea is quite unlikely now
Secondly the antibiotic usually used to prevent is not Ciprofloxacin
Azithromycin and Doxycline are generally the preferred antibiotic
So I don,t think that you do need an antibiotic and if you still want to have one then the above ones are preferred choices
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As I said earlier it is not a preferred one for Chlamydia and there is a high chance of developing resistance as well
So this is unlikely to prevent you against Chlamydia or Gonorrhea
You are welcome
A maximum of three weeks
Yes you are right
Yes usually this is one of the symptom
I mentioned earlier and I repeat the chances of catching gonorrhea and Chlamydia are quite low after an oral sex
So you should not worry about it
Most likely you will not require an antibiotic