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I had oral sex multiple times with an hpv-positive woman and noticed pinkish/whitish bumps behind my tongue that were NOT there before. Quite a few of them. Probably the size of a BB. My tonsils also have changed from swollen to not frequently. Is this oral hpv and will these symptoms ever go away?
No one can diagnose this here. You should either go see your dentist about them or an oral surgeon or an ENT doctor. Sometimes your taste buds get inflamed and that is what this could be. Some dentists have lights to identify HPV and some have a liquid that you swish in your mouth which are sent to a lab to be tested.
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