Re: anal pap smear
A doctor can do a smear of the anus and rectum similar to a pap. I'm not sure if a GP, OB/gyn, or a gastroenterologist (GI) would need to do that.
Genital warts are caused by low risk HPV. They can be located in various places: vulva, vagina, cervix, anus/rectum, mouth/throat. High risk HPV can lead to dysplasia or cancer. Low risk HPV does not cause cancer. It is entirely possible to have high risk and low risk HPV at the same time.