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Hi, my partner has developed a wart just inside his nose.i have hpv but nor visible warts.i was wondering if it is possible to pass these warts onto the facial area such as nose through oral sex?ive read so many different things and just don't know what to believe.thanks
the first thing is that you have to be sure that is a wart but if it is probably oral sex is not the reason for the wart inside nose... there are several people those get internal anal or mouth wart but didn't even had oral or anal sex... this puts us to think that our hands can be carrier of the wart virus to spread it on to other body areas... like if you touched an active wart and then touched some other part... but this can not be said with certainity...
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