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Is it genital warts...

By Anonymous January 30, 2011 - 11:50pm
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My boyfriend and I have been together for three months. Until i met him i had never been fingered before, and the farthest we have gone sexually is that and handjobs. He has had one handjob from one other girl, and he also did oralsex on her one time. I have noticed something on my buttcheek,kinda towards the bottom of it, that looks a little like a wart. it is smooth and looks a lot like a skin tag sort of thing. I only have this one thing. He has never shown any signs of hpv, and the girl he did this stuff with was a virgin. Im going to get gardisil soon anyways, but do you think its possible this could be hpv? I have no other warts around my genitals or anything, and no unusual bumps. I do have one, actual wart on my toe. Am i just being a worry wart here? pun intended.

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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHer and thank you for your post. While I can see your concern, chances are you probably just have a pimple or even an ingrown hair-- which can be quite painful depending on the location.

Genital Warts (or any STD) are contracted ONLY through sexual contact. Genital Warts don't manifest in the hands, only in the genitals. So in order for you to get something like this from your boyfriend, he had to have (at the very least) rubbed his penis on your vagina. Putting his fingers in you would not put you at risk for a genital disease.

Here's some more info on Genital Warts: http://www.empowher.com/condition/genital-warts

Hope this helps ease your mind!

January 31, 2011 - 6:21am
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Anonymous (reply to Rosa Cabrera RN)

Thank you! That was very reassuring and helpful, much appreciated :)

February 19, 2011 - 7:06pm
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