OP·2 days ago
Thank you for asking the question.
Generally, Mycoplasma Genitalium is transmitted by genital-to-genital contact including vaginal and anal contact and oral-to-genital contact. In other words, yes, MG may be transmitted via oral sex. The same applies to ureaplasma.
Saying that the chances of oral transmission are still very low.
Mycoplasma Genitalium is rather hard to treat. The best way of dealing with that is to ‘test and treat’, rather than just ‘treat’.
All STDs require re-testing after the treatment. Here you can see the correct periods for testing and retesting.
Another important thing is that your symptoms may be caused by non-STD factors as well. E.g. other infections, kidney stones etc.
It is better to test again, take a swab as well and see the result. All will be clear and pretty easy from that point on. All will be well.
Here is the website that explains in a simple way what STD one can get by doing a certain thing. For example, what STDs one can get via vaginal sex or kissing or using bongs etc.