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    JBarnett12 posted:
    My boyfriend I just got together with just told me he has HPV and he told me he wants to wait to have sex because he wants to make sure Im the girl he will be with the rest of his life. Well I told him I dont mind waiting but I got to think the other day. If we ever get married and start having sex, he will give me the HPV virus and that scares the hell out of me. I love him to death and dont want to judge him by his virus and I wanna stick by his side and stay in the relstionship with him, but I just dont know how to handle or deal with this situation! Plz help
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    georgiagail responded:
    HPV is an extremely common virus (it is not HIV by the way). It is the virus that causes warts.

    Where is his HPV located?

    Gail


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