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No. Not really.
Genital wart can affect the skin of the upper thigh that borders the genital area. But the bulk of the legs and the arms would not be affected by genital warts.
The warts that can affect the arms and legs, particularly the hands and fingers, are also various strains of HPV, but there are certain strains of HPV that greatly prefer to grow in the genital area, and these are what are called genital warts. So, there are strains of HPV that can affect the legs and arms, but they are not considered genital warts.
The strains that prefer to grow in the genital area can grow in a limited number of other areas, such as the throat, but they do not affect the bulk of the legs or the arms.
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