Hi and sorry your boyfriend did that to you. I find it abusive. But that is another matter, You might want to ask a counselor about that. Do you see any pus (white spots in the back of the throat or where the injury occurred? It does sound like you may have gotten strep throat or another bacterial infection. It may not have been from the incident but could be a combination of that, which broke the skin, and getting exposed to the bacteria. It would be best to get a throat swab for strep throat. It is a rapid test the doctor can do in the office. Then you can be treated properly. Strep throat can cause other problems if you don't get treated. In any case it does sound like you need antibiotics. So you should be prescribed the correct ones for the bacteria that is infecting your throat. If the strep test is negative they may want to do a culture and give you antibiotics, which they can change if the culture indicates it requires some other antibiotic. I would tell you boyfriend not to do that again (be forceful) and you need yes and no boundaries. If he forces anything else on you I would dump him. That is my opinion. Men only get more and more aggressive if they are abusive. So you will have to see.
Thanks a lot for your time. And, I do see white spots there but just a few. And on the relationship advice , thanks Too, gonna do that Too. Take care :)
Glad to help. It does sound like strep or definitely a bacterial infection. Good for you on your decision. It hit me the wrong way when I read it.
Let me know how it goes or if you need any other advice.
I was wondering, you didn't mention if he wore a condom or not. If he didn't you should also get checked for STD's if you don't know his status. I think the main problem is probably the strep throat but you can get several STD's from oral sex. These include Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis, Herpes, Intestinal parasites, Hepatitis type A, HIV (low risk but not zero). Generally, if a condom is worn there is no risk unless it gets broken. Also, usually if there is no blood such as from bleeding gums, teeth, sores on the penis, or in the mouth you may be okay from HIV at least. But since you could have had damage, if no condom was worn and if you don't know his STD status you may want to get checked for that too about 10-15 days from exposure then in about 30 days. This is for your protection. I didn't mention it before because I think your infection is probably a strep but it is best to be clear of these things and be knowledgeable that oral is not risk free. Sorry to bring this up. Just want you to be safe.