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    two people with 2 different strains of HPV...
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    kn000 posted:
    Hi everyone, so I've had Gentile Warts for a while now and started talking to this girl and before we decided to do anything i told her about my situation, well it happens that she was Diagnosed with HPV as well a while ago and hers is the cancer causing strain i believe, my question is if we get sexually active, would that complicate her situation more since girls are in higher risk than guys. i know you can get more than one strain of HPV but will it make her situation worse or not because she is freaking out and to be honest i am as well.
    thanks
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