Cute name by the way. As far as contracting HPV, this is a tricky virus. In order to find out if you have a high risk strain of HPV, those usually show up as an abnormal pap smear. If you have a low risk straing, those usually show up as warts. You can still contract HPV even if there are no visible signs present.
Even if you had protected sex, if the condom didn't cover the area where a wart is , it is possible to still contract HPV. It's skin to skin so that's just a chance we take whenever we are active. Female condoms offer more surface protection than male condoms, but at any rate condoms can help reduce transmission. Also with HPV , you won't se a point of entry wound or nothing like that and HPV can lay dormant in the body for weeks, months and sometimes years before any symptoms show up
If your pap isn't due for a few months, try to hold out until then and just mention to your doctor during your next visit of a possible HPV exposure. Keep a watch for warts on the genital skin as well until your next visist. there are many treatment options but let's hope you won't have to experience those ( smile ).
It's extremely common and many people aren't aware of the virus. However, by researching like you did you are already ahead of the game
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