Still doesn't mean he couldn't have had it prior to being with you. Again, he could have had it, but never developed a symptom until now. It's definitely NOT uncommon. A week seems awfully fast, but then again I'm not sure on that. I have the high risk kind, and the verdict is out on the low risk (long story). I've read it could be several weeks before a symptom, but not sure if it can happen in a week. Same goes for previous partners. How does this expartner know for certain, unless you're the ONLY person he's EVER came in contact with sexually (including genital contact without penetration, sharing sexual toys, and so forth). They could've have gotten it previous to you, and/or after you (you can contract more then one strain of the virus).
As for if you possibly did have it, then developed an immunity, yes...that's very possible. What I'm not sure about is, say the virus is not active in your system...hence a negative HPV test....and you have sex with someone....some say that you can still get the virus, and others say if the virus is not active that it's not passable. Many people differ in opinion on that, including many medical professional.
The thing is there's no
way to ever positively know for sure in many cases. Period. You MAY have had it at one point, but there's no way to be positive. Your current & previous partners may, or may not, have contracted it from you. Your expartner who said he did get it from you could be just pointing in your directions because you brought it up (due to your current beau's situation). It's really hard to say for sure....and if you had another HPV test (high and low panels), and it came up positive...it's still not 100% proof you're the one who passed it to everyone else. What's to say you didn't get it from one of them?
It's absolutely crazy, I know.
The thing is that he didn't have it before me.
It was after the first time we had sex, a week later, that he actually noticed a tiny red bump that soon turned into a wart at the base of his shaft.
He hadn't sex for maybe 2 years before that, and I am his first girlfriend since then. He has had oral intercourse with women and I understand that HPV can be transmitted orally as well.
I've also be recently told from a previous partner that I gave them HPV. (actually today after I started to tell my exes to get checked :/) but the thing that I don't understand is that I have HPV? but the test that I take are coming back negative with also no signs of internal warts and the pap smears are clean (of any high risk strains)
Is the reason why this is is because I did have HPV at one time, my immune system developed an immunity to it and it went away on it's own?