Its normal to feel like this at start but it shouldn't worry you too much. HPV is present in almost all sexually active people and the wart causing types aren't associated with cancer risks. They are mostly bengin and can be treated and once your immune system gets a hold of the virus they would usually go away for good. The risk of passing HPV to a newborn child is very low and you can have normal delivery however you should advise your doctor of your diagnosis when you are about to have a child so that they may be alert of any warts coming up during the pregnancy and these can also be treated by freezing. If you had the Gardasil vaccine prior to being sexually active the odds are very good you wouldn't have developed warts however from time to time high risk strains can cause warts but not commonly and this can be the reason if you had the shot and still developed warts, either way treatment is the ultimate goal and not stressing about it when statistics say about 85% of all sexually active people would have acquired this but have no clue they have it since majority don't develop symptoms unless its the wart causing strain. Look at it as being normal and don't let the social stigma get to you because its considered an std when the HPV virus should be destigmatized due to the fact that 4 out of 5 people if tested would show signs of it.
Also, use this time to make your immune system healthy. Exercise, quit smoking if you do, reduce the booze, take multi-vitamins, get more rest and reduce stress somehow. Some of us think this helps with the recovery process and reduces the re-occurrences but this is not what any GYN would recommend. Still, it cannot hurt!