I am in a commited relationship where neither of us have had sex with anyone else for over ten years so the likelyhood of any sort of infection seems impossible but I have these strange bumps at the back of my throat that come and go. They started as what I thought was a reaction to whole wheat bread and seemed to flare up when I ate food with additives. They are always on one side, the left and are flesh colored. They are occuring more frequently now and I don't know if I am imaging it or not but I think it is effecting my sinuses as well.
I am an avid gardener and as of last year noticed a few warts on the palms of my hands, they are miniscule so I haven't had them removed. You would need a magnifiying glass to see them.
They were there first, about 10 months, them the bumps in the throat, about four months coming and going and now I have two very teeny spots just inside my outer labia.
Is any of this related? I do travel a fair bit and use towels and soaps that could be used by other people is this a risk?
Do you think this is allergy related?
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