Is oral sex safe?
You can catch a range of STIs from unprotected oral sex, including gonorrhea. You should always use a condom during oral sex if your partner has not recently tested negative for sexually transmitted diseases.
If your receive oral sex from someone who has gonorrhea of the throat, there is a small chance that you could catch it. If you perform oral sex on someone who has gonorrhea, you can get an infection in your throat, which may not necessarily cause symptoms.
If you could have contracted gonorrhea of the throat you should get tested for oral gonorrhea. You can visit your local GUM clinic or order a swab test kit online.