For starters, it is important to acknowledge that just about everyone has HPV infection I say this not to minimize your concerns but to put them into perspective. You now have been recognized as having HPV. You may have had it before now. He may have HPV and not know it. If he were to get it, it would be a nuisance, not a major health hazard. This risk of transmission is a function of direct contact but, interestingly, genital warts are not readily spread to the oral mucosa (mouth) even with direct contact. Now to your questions:
1. No risk whatsoever.
2. Very low risk for him
3. No risk
If he does contract HPV the only way you will know is if he develops warts.
Over time your warts will go away, either with treatment or by themselves. Once they have been gone for 6 months, the chances they will recur and that you could give them to him are very small.
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