It's definitely not HPV. While it's possible to get HPV orally, it's VERY rare, and only occurs when you're otherwise immuncompromised. And if the doctor told you it wasn't HPV, that only makes it even more unlikely :-)
That white spot is probably an infection in your tonsil.
After a sexual encounter that happen nearly two years ago, I still am suffering from so many symptomes that I should not be..such as CFIDS, and reactivation of virus.
What virus? Are you HIV positive, is that what you are talking about? Although there are many mysteries associated with chronic fatigue, it is not thought to be sexually transmitted. I think any symptoms/problems you are experiencing are probably not related to sexual activity.
Originally Posted by lodoka
anyways, 6 months down the road I saw a small pink type of pimple and bump that would get pink, show it to my doc and he says its normal, well its not because I never had it... It seems like HPV.
If your doc told you it is normal, why are you still concerned? Do you not trust him for some reason? If so, why not start seeing a different doctor, someone you have more faith in?
Just because a bump or spot appears on your genitals after sexual activity does not mean the two are related. If a pimple had appeared on your face after sex would you think that was related? We all get various bumps, spots, skin tags, and other "abnormal" things on our genitals (and the rest of the body) from time to time, just part of being human.
I've had small white particles in the back of my throat and sides before.
I would cough them up occassionally, they are like mini hard snots. If you squeeze them they smell like bad breathe. My doctor had said that it was nothing to be concerned about. It's just bacteria from the air like creating snots.
I used to get them a lot when I smoked or in heavily polluted environments or cycling a lot through traffic.