Although I didn't have genital warts, I did contract HPV, the virus that can cause both genital warts and cervical cancer, when I was young. I had absolutely no signs of it until it showed up when I had an abnormal pap more than 20 years later.
A follow-up pap six months later showed that the HPV markers were gone for the moment, as they were the following year when I had my hysterectomy.
My doctors have made it very clear that I will need to have paps for most of my life. The virus showed up once, and although it's gone at the moment, it could reappear in two years, twenty years, or more.
Eighty percent of the population has HPV. In most people, there are never any signs of it, but most of us still have it. Because of this, it's almost impossible to pinpoint who is the one who brings it to the relationship.
I'm sorry that you're going through this. Relationships can be complicated enough without an infection--but this truly is something that is very common and may not have anything to do with recent relationships that you or your boyfriend have had.
for you for following up with your doctor to look after yourself.
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