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Genital Warts Info Help please.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 18, 2009
  • 09:28 PM

So about a week ago i had unprotected sex with my girlfriend of about a year now and the next day i saw this little barely noticeable bump on my foreskin. Also a lot of red dots on my penis which im sure was just balinitis cuz they went away pretty fast.

Well i went to planned parenthood 4 days after i noticed the bump wasn't going away. She told me it was a small cluster of warts i was not tested for hpv6 or 11 however and still need to get test just short on cash.

Now i asked her if i could spread the disease by having contact with a toilet seat etc etc. she said no it has to be genital on genital contact and i could technically touch my wart and touch some 1 elses arm and stuff and it wont spread. it cant spread through towels and stuff either she said. I am wondering if this is correct some one please enlighten me.

Also last night (the same day as my diagnosis) i went to the movies and my tongue felt sore. I looked under it and i saw that this little bump or gland next to the frenelum was bleeding on one side and on the other side it was really red. I did perform oral sex the same day i last had sex. So now im freaking out that this could be Genital warts in the mouth. Can anyone help me out with some pictures of genital warts in the mouth aswell?

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  • Thanks for info.....The only way herpes can be passed is either sexually or if you kiss someone or share an eating utensil or w/e with someone who has a cold sore on their lip or in their mouth. And no herpes does not go away .Ever. It can be treated with medication but there is not cure for it. Im not too sure on the chances that you could have gotten it. Did you have any cuts on your hands? Did you put your hands near your eyes or mouth? I really hope that you washed your hands after applying the cream to his back. I think your best bet would be to go to your doctor and tell them to give you a blood test for type 1 and type 2 herpes. Type 1 is oral and type 2 is genital. Some docs will say you need an outbreak to be diagnosed but thats just a bunch of bs. They can tell just by taking a blood test.
    melisadenny 33 Replies Flag this Response
  • the other person was not listening...you can go to google and search "images" oral hpv or oral warts...yes, you sure could have it in your mouth, too. Hopefully, Planned Parenthood is going to treat you for it. It could be something else, so probably that is why they want lab work first. There are some free clinics associated with county health departments that may treat you for free, so check in to it asap.
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies Flag this Response
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