I do under stand how you feel. When I was first diagnosed, I was angry, confused, mad at the world and everything. But I'm here to tell you things will get better. HPV is the most common sti out there. What you were diagnosed with is considered low risk HPV, the warts are are less likely to cause any cervical changes. There are other forms known as hig-risk which can cause cervical changes.
The procedure you had done is known as a chemical peel from what I could gather from your message. This will burn off the warts you currently have however, HPV is a virus and there is no cure but your body has a nifty way of controlling the virus. With time your immune system can either suppress it so it doesn't bother you or rid itself completely of the HPV. The best thing you can do is keep your immune system strong. Many people who have HPV don't know they have it because there are no symptoms of the virus in most people except the warts and abnormal pap smears. There are no test for men they can only know if they have a wart.
The best thing to do is reduce your stress . Stress can bring on more warts but please believe it's not the end of the world. You can still have children and have a normal life.
I know that's hard to beleive but it's true.
The treatment will usually go something like this.
1. The warts are burned and you will feel stinging or pain during the first skin contact.
2. Soon the skin will turn a frost color With a leathery appearance. Within a few days, the wart will fall off and you may have a swollem, red tender spot. This is your immune system killing the virus on location. Keep any eye on that location . In rare cases ulceration can occur. You can also use an antibiotic ointment if you like to reduce any infection that may occur. Also you can take tylenol or advil , aleve to reduce any pain.
As the skin heals, you may see the white yucky skin but that is your body healing . be patient.
The skin will close and be discolored but soon you will have normal skin. Keep in mind, the warts can come back. They are virus.
Also HPV is usually skin to skin contact so even if you use protection, it is still possible to contract HPV.
That's the cliff note version but if you have any questions, post a note. I 'm here to help if you and the whole board is here for you. Don't beat yourself up . What happened is not your fault . Before any sexual relationship make sure you have the talk and in some cases, guys will accept you for who you are and not the virus