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    HPV risks from fellatio
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    An_249220 posted:
    I was with a girl this week and got unprotected fellatio. While I was with her I noticed that she had genital warts. This freaked me out so I washed my self off and then cleaned myself with hydrogen peroxide and alcohol. I discovered that the warts are most likely HPV. So am what the probability that I contracted HPV....?

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    georgiagail responded:
    Absolutely none if the sexual contact was limited to HER providing oral sex to YOU and her warts limited to her genital area.

    After all, you did not come in actual contact with her genital area.

    Gail


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