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If a man with anal warts performed oral sex on you, there is no risk of transmission of the anal warts. There would need to be direct skin-to-skin contact with the warts. However, it does not require penetration. If there was any direct contact between your penis and the skin around his anus, then there is some risk. But if the sole contact with your penis was the oral sex, there is no risk of transmission.
If there was direct contact of your penis with the skin affected by the warts, it is still more likely that you will not become infected. The risk of transmission from a single encounter is about 20%.
There is some ongoing debate and research regarding whether HPV from the mouth can be transmitted to the penis during oral sex, but there is no risk from the anal warts if there was no direct contact with the anal warts.
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HPV is the virus that causes warts.
As I said above, you can only get it by contact. So, if you do not have contact with it, you cannot get it.
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