Most likely this is a benign condition called "cobblestoning" that is often seen in people's throats who are suffering from viral infections or allergies. It's inflammation of lymphoid tissue. Probably not HPV lesions.
Thank you so much for replying and i was wondering if it is cobblestoning, how can i make sure of it? like is there a test i can do to see if this is HPV or cobblestoning?
There is no test that YOU can do. Most of the time this is from viruses and allergies. If you simply cannot stand not knowing that something more serious isn't happening, you would have to see a doctor. Even then, I wouldn't be surprised if they don't offer any blood tests or swabs.
Thank you once again ENTMD can i request for a swab or is there anything else i need before i can get a test from the doctor? also if it disappears within weeks, then it can't be HPV right?
There are test for this and your doc may agree to order it if he/she is sufficiently concerned as well. HPV lesions can come and go on their own...
Thank you so much for replying again and i was wondering should i go to a STD clinic or just family doctor if i want to get it checked out? Also, if it is indeed oral HPV, is there things i should be worried about to prevent transmitting to others such as by sharing food or dinning utensils?
You could probably just go to a family doctor. You are rapidly leaving my realm of expertise, so I will refrain from advising you further -- good luck!