Bowenoid papulosis is a skin change that has many of the features of squamous cell carinoma in situ but is usually a benign condition. It is associated with HPV as are condyloma accuminata (the common venereal wart). To get to your specific questions:
1)His life is not in danger. As one can have HPV for many years but not have obvious manifestations of it, their is no reason to believe that Bowenoid P. is any different. I would not suspect that he is having a relationship outside of yours on this basis
2)Your life is no more in danger than it was before. Your risk of cervical cancer are probably increased on the basis of your HPV exposure. This does NOT mean that you will get this Ca, only that your risk is greater than someone not exposed to the HPV. Keep getting your PAP's on schedule
3) You faced the same risk of transmitting HPV with oral sex now as you did before the Bownoid lesion. You are not at risk for transmitting the cancer, just the virus.
To sum it all up, your husband and you have had condyloma because of HPV. He had been found to have a skin lesion that can become a skin cancer, but is not likely to do so. It bears watching. The skin lesion and the condyloma are both associated with the same virus. You are both at risk for passing the virus back and forth between you, but not the cancer, per se. Nothing is really different now than before as regards the virus.
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