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The majority of HPV strains cause no symptoms at all — most people get infected with one at some point and don't even realize.
Other strains cause warts on the hands and feet, or raise the risk of more serious health issues down the line (more on that in a minute).
About a quarter of sexually active people develop genital warts at least once in their lives.
To recap: genital warts are small, firm, flesh-color bumps that occur in or around the vagina or anus.
Unlike most other STDs, there's no convenient way to get screened for HPV.Here are a few great reasons why: HPV is extremely common. Thus a guy can be spreading HPV all over the place and have no idea. Unless he actually gets the warts sometime, he won’t have a clue that he’s giving you anything. It’s hard to blame yourself for something you can’t control that well.Of course, only a couple of strains cause genital warts. Still, almost 80% of people contract the virus at some point in their lives. Men are carriers of HPV but often show no symptoms. The only way to help prevent getting HPV is to always use protection, and even that’s not a foolproof method.There's no commercial test used to detect the genital virus in men.Testing for oral HPV is available, but it isn't widely recommended.