@marion Hello, No. If you've tested only urine for gonorrhea and chlamydia, the results will not identify the presence of those infections in the throat or anus. That means if you engage in receptive anal or oral sex, you could have these infections in locations that a urinalysis alone cannot identify. To diagnose chlamydia in the throat, a doctor will likely use a cotton swab to get a fluid sample. They then typically send the sample to a lab, which will test for the bacteria. If the result is positive, the person should let any recent sexual partners know. If you develop any symptoms then visit a doctor. Thanks!