I am 18 years old and I was recently diagnosed with genital warts. I have been with my boyfriend for close to 6 months and we had no idea he had it (he had no visible warts on his skin). I had a few questions as far as sex goes...first off, I dislike condoms. I am very sensitive to them and they irritate my skin. As long as me and my boyfriend don't have any warts that are visible, could we have unprotected sex? Since both of us are infected? Would it cause one of us to break out? Also, would it be safe to give my boyfriend oral if he doesn't have any visible warts? I really don't want warts in my mouth or on my face...
I didn't wanna wait until my next doctors visit to get answers. I just would like to know if anyone knows for sure about it.
if your warts are just like HPV skin on skin contact should be avoided all together do you have HPV or just plain ole warts? (like i have plain old warts) i got a couple of warts that were removed recently :)
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