Well, I am not 100% sure yet, because I haven't been to the doctor, but I believe I have a genital wart strain of HPV...
Well, I've read that you are very likely to contract HPV with the more sexual partners you've had, so my question is this.
I have been with my boyfriend for around 2 years, but we split up for a couple weeks about a year ago... He had sex with one of my friends, which I found out relatively easy, because she told me out of guilt... (I forgave him, obviously.) Well, she's slept with so many guys that I can't even count them, and I don't even want to think about how many girls those guys have slept with, and she's not too smart, and I know she doesn't use condoms often. He told me he used a condom, she told me he didn't. He finally admitted about a month ago that he didn't. Well, I made him get tested because I was very worried about HIV.. Not even thinking about HPV, I didn't get tested... Everything turned out negative, but since I didn't go, I don't know if I have HPV... I just assumed if he were negative, I would be since we are very sexually active and don't use condoms... But guys don't get tested for HPV, right? So if the odds of getting HPV are so high, that would probably mean I have many different types of the virus because of how many people she has slept with and the fact that he slept with her?
I am almost positive I got the genital warts from him sleeping with her, because I had never noticed any sort of bumps before then.
Aside from that question, I was wondering if since I haven't been tested for HPV in around a year, if I DID have a type that is known to be very high risk for cervical cancer, in a years time, would it be in a later stage if I got it when this all happened? (PLEASE answer this question at least.)
One more, sorry. Is there ANY possible chance that she couldn't have any kind of HPV and that we didn't get it from her?
Sorry for the short story, I am just so worried and the health department doesn't do testing until Thursday and I have no money to go to a normal doctor.