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I had simulated sex with my best friend a guy, who has warts. He only had 2 skin outbreaks and both were in recovery after using the burn medication. I left my underwear on as did he, however he got a little too into it and removed his underwear.
I am concerned as I was wear extremely shear lace underwear.
We only did this for about 5 mins before I noticed and stopped.
I went to the bathroom and wiped myself.
But 3 days after I feel really run down and have a heavy sick feeling in my lower abdomen. I am constantly itching down there but this may be more physiological.
Can I have contracted warts from this?
HPV takes months from exposure to have signs. Him taking his shorts off was not a good thing. However, if you've been sexually active with others, what makes you think you have not already been exposed?
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