Re: can you get hpv in your mouth
If the HPV showed up on her pap, then it is probably high risk HPV, not low risk HPV.
HPV is transmitted by skin to skin contact, not body fluids. HPV (that we usually talk about on this board - the 20+ strains that can affect the genitals include the cervix, vagina, vulva, penis, anus, mouth/throat). So yes, she could have transmitted it to you, or you could have transmitted it to her. It could be transmitted by oral, manual, vaginal intercourse. I've read in one location online that it can be transmitted by manual intercourse, but I have only seen that one place.
Your (and her) body will always maintain a record of having been exposed to HPV. Hopefully, you are one of the ones who will never have any further problems from HPV. It hasn't been ruled out, so *I* think it is safe to assume it could flare up later in life.
ALWAYS stay current on your pelvic exams and pap smears.