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    Can I pass on Vaginal Warts when I don't show symptoms?
    An_248493 posted:
    I am not sure if I have vaginal warts or not. I have a wart right next to my vagina. It is not in it and there is only one. I remember I had one there when I was younger and had no sexual contact. I have had warts on my knees.

    If i engage in sexual activities when the wart I have now is gone can i spread it? I have a boyfriend and we were planning on having sex.
    betsyo1967 responded:
    you won't get genital warts without sexual contact.

    have you been seen yet and had this properly diagnosed?

    have you and your partner had your gardasil shots yet?
    Talking about std testing is NORMAL and something we all should be doing EVERY TIME before we have sex with a new partner :)

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