Is it more likely that I got genital warts from my ex boyfriend or my current girlfriend?

by Rachel on October 6, 2011

I was just told that I have genital warts yesterday. I slept with a man PROTECTED about 4 weeks ago and my current girlfriend 3 weeks ago up until now. I am trying to figure out which one I got it from without scaring the other. I do not perform oral sex on my girlfriend nor do we use toys. But we do make skin to skin contact with our genitals.

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S October 6, 2011 at 11:58 am

Well. If you just became sexually active, I suppose it’s most likely that you got it from your girlfriend, but it’s possible you got it from the man too. Condoms don’t protect completely against STDs. If these aren’t the only partners you’ve had it could be that you were a carrier and just hadn’t had an outbreak yet, but you still could have spread it to others. You should use protection with everyone, man or woman.

Pamela Carrington October 6, 2011 at 12:46 pm

if your boyfriend was your first sexual partner then it looks like you got HPV (which causes genital warts) from your girlfriend! BUT condoms dont protect from getting HPV, because genital HPV is usually spread through intimate, skin to skin, contact during sex. Also you can have the genital HPV virus for years and not have any sign of it. actually you cant be 100% sure – from whom you got HPV – genital warts!

and you should treat genital warts as soon as possible!

in that case Wartrol is a good (probably the best) product that gets rid of genital warts and makes you feel more confident knowing that they wont show.

It worked for me!

I do not know if any pharmacies carry Wartrol but I do know that you should purchase it directly from the manufacturer and read more about the product here

mmzren October 6, 2011 at 12:51 pm

Genital Warts, Also Known as Venereal Warts or Condylomata Acuminata, are caused by the Human Papilloma virus . Papilloma Viruses Cause Small Growths (Warts) on the Skin and Mucous Membranes. Infection of the Genital and Anal Regions with HPV can Cause Warts on the Penis, Vulva, Urethra, Vagina, Cervix, and around the Anus (perianal).Don’t Even Think About Trying To Remove Your Genital Warts With Unproven, Unnatural, or Potentially Dangerous Approaches
Some Tips and Precautions You Can Use Rigt Away :

* Take care not to damage, scratch or pick at these warts.
* Inform your partner, use a condom, and practice safe sex.
* Wash your hands thoroughly with hot water and soap.
* Avoid touching them. Because they are so contagious, you could spread them with your hands.
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