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I cannot be sure about having std or not

Hello, my partner and I had unprotected sex and there was nothing wrong at first but we had sex 1 month later  again and after 4 days he was having some gonorrhea symptoms and he went to doctor. When he mentioned he had unprotected sex(with me), his doctor immediately said he had gonorrhea and gave antibiotics before testing. His preliminary test results showed that he had leukocyte in his urine. We thought that I infected him at first but neither my old partners nor I saw any symptoms. I went to doctor and she said I seemed okay but she gave me an antibiotic in case. I went a week later she examined me and said I was totally okay and clean. My urine test was also okay. He took antibiotics and went to another doctor and his test results (urine culture, hiv, urine) was perfect. Now, since he is okay, his new doctor can't tell what happened to him at first. I'm now thinking that when we had unprotected sex I was kind of bleeding as it was my last day of period before he showed symptoms. Now, I'm not sure if something goes wrong again if we have sex again. For protection, we can use condoms but we don't know what we can do about oral sex and I don't want to feel uncertain for my life. I don't want to infect anyone.
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Did any of your doctors (his or yours) do actual STD testing? Did they actually test you for gonorrhea? Chlamydia?

Leukocytes in urine can be caused by a number of different things, like a urinary tract infection, an STD, a kidney infection, etc.

What antibiotics did you both take?

What you both can do is wait 3 or more weeks after taking the antibiotics, get tested for STDs - go to an STD clinic so you know you're actually getting tested - and make sure you're negative.
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