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How did I received Gonorrhea?

I am a male and I got diagnosed with Gonorrhea a week ago. I read that it might take up to 30 days after the sexual activities to get the symptoms of Gonorrhea. However, my last sexual activities with a partner was 9 months ago. In addition, I have only two sexual activities with a partner in my life.

Before three years I received an oral sex from a lady and after 6 months I got tested for Gonorrhea, chlamydia, and HIV and got negative result in all of them.
Before 9 months I got a hand job from a lady.

Before a few days I saw a discharge coming from the penis and I went to the doctor and I got test for  Gonorrhea, chlamydia, and Syphilis and got the result was positive for Gonorrhea and negative for the others.

Therefore, I am confused and my questions is how did I received Gonorrhea?
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3149845 tn?1506627771
Hi, was the discharge white puss and was there burning while urinating?
It was between yellow and green and moderate burning.
3149845 tn?1506627771
i just dont see it to be gono from your sexual experience nine month ago as if you did get it it would have cleared up on its own in a month or so.
Thank you for your response.

so how did I get a positive gonorrhea test?
and what do think is the problem ?
all i can say its very strange and ive never read anything like this before. When a man gets gono in almost ALL cases he develops a white puss penis discharge, and terrible burning while urinating about 7 days later and if a man does get it and left untreated it will clear up by itself in a month or so. Maybe ask your doc about this.
I am sorry but do you think it is HIV or Herpes or other stds except chlamydia, and Syphilis?
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