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Oral during group sex?

Hey,

One week ago I had a group sexual encounter with 2 other guys and 2 girls (I'm a guy).  I didn't have any insertive sex, but I did finger both of the girls, masterbate, and eat both of them out briefly.  I ate the girls out before they had sex with anyone else, but it's possible the 2 other guys ate them out before and/or rubbed their penis against their vaginas / exchanged fluids.

Now 8 days later, I'm feeling a burning sensation in my urethra as well as a sore throat.  I'm checking frequently but haven't seen any discharge or have any other symptoms.

I've read that the risk of most STI's from oral is relatively low, but I'm worried about there being multiple partners.   Is this something I should be concerned about?  I'm pretty sure the two girls were clean, so is mouth to vagina to mouth or penis to vagina to mouth spread possible?  Is it usual to have throat symptoms with urtheral burning but without discharge?
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If you did not receive oral then your penis has nothing to do with it. As for your oral on them, very low risk and sore throat makes me think just a sore throat.
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I understand that I'm most at risk for NGU and gonorrhea from this type of encounter.  Is it possible to have gotten the gonorrhea orally but for the symptoms to be showing up as uretheral discomfort?
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Again your penis has nothing to do with giving oral sex. No NGU is not a risk for you.
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