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in this case I can reassure you, infection with HPV needs a direct contact with existing warts. This can be prevented by using condoms. Warts generally appear in the outer vaginal area, you would have detected them for sure. So here is really no reason to worry.
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Right, if no warts are present, there´s no possibility of infection. Warts can be treated successfully with imiquimod cream.
No, the warts don´t cause a risk of cancer.
With treatment they should be removed after 1-2 weeks.
yes, it takes about 2 years averagely until the virus disappears.