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    Can I get genital warts by contact of a "normal" wart
    An_250360 posted:
    I just started sleeping with this guy, stupidly unprotected, but we're both clean. At least my doctor told me that my strain of HPV was not that of the warts or cancer virus so I was ok. A week into this relationship, I noticed a group of 5 bumps appear on the overlapping skin on my vagina. At first I thought they were razor irritation, because they pussed like ingrown hairs do from shaving, now I'm not so sure. I've had regular warts in the past and noticed he has one on his hand. I was wondering if there is any way that this could have caused these bumps. They are not painful unless I wipe after going pee or try to pop them, usually they do either leak clear liquid or a little puss, but only when I press them. I don't know what to do, especially since we were both STD free.

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