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    How did I get HPV??
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    An_258021 posted:
    Married 20+ years and recently found out that I had genital warts. Confronted DH and found out that he gave oral sex to and fingered another woman about a year ago. Insists nothing else happened, that they never had intercourse and no other genital touching and she never gave oral sex to him. I am having a very hard time believing him given the genital warts. My question is whether this scenario is possible, or is he still lying to me. Thanks for your thoughts.
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    georgiagail responded:
    Yes, it's possible. We cannot tell you if your husband is lying about any further sexual business.

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    reefswaggie responded:
    Yes, genital warts can be transmitted by oral sex and by touching.


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