i recently messed around with a friend of mine who i know has HPV ( the warts kind) and we didnt have sex but he DID finger me around and in my vagina. will i get the virus with the warts now? HELP! i didnt even think of that possiblity! please answer if you know for sure b/c im scared....
No you can't get HPV/genital warts that way. He has GENITAL warts not finger warts. You get genital warts from sexual interaction not by hand to genital touching. I wouldn't worry at all. If you still aren't reassured look around this website for more info and answers from the experts, i have come across a few on this topic.
Hey, im sorry to question your intelligence or knowledge on this. But i just want to make sure...100% that this is correct. I have warts on my fingers that could have been open. and i fingered my girlfriend and i am real scared she will get some kind of warts on or in her vagina. Will or could this happen? like definite? Thanks a whole bunch
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