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if you have a wart on your penis it is most likely related to a std wart but there are ppl out there who have always had warts and i suppose they could spread a normal wart to that area but if you truely want to know just get it tested.
I have had common warts since I was six years old. I noticed a few warts on my penis not long ago and immediately went to the dermatologist. She had to use a magnifying glass to spot them, I guess from past experiences I know a wart when I see one, anyway I asked her the same question. I am a 20 year old male and have had three sexual partners one of which I knew had the virus and was with for four years. She couldn't diagnose me with genital warts just because I had a few down there because of my past warts.
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