Consider some of these talking points if you decide to discuss this with your partner:
Almost all sexually active people have HPV, as many as 75-80%. Unlike other conditions, HPV is a normal part of having sex.
There are rarely any health issues, especially with the low-risk HPV types that cause warts. These are NOT the types linked with cervical cancer.
Most people have HPV, but the vast majority never see or feel anything.
There's no specific tests recommended for partners of someone diagnosed with genital warts. She should have her regular Pap tests, but she should be doing that anyway.
The body usually clears an HPV infection in 6-24 months.
If she has any specific questions, please post them here.
Best to you,