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I think I have warts around my anus, which is a form of genital warts and is a symptom of HPV. But the thing is I'm not sexually active and am a virgin so how could I have gotten it?
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I think I have warts around my anus, which is a form of genital warts and is a symptom of HPV. But the thing is I'm not sexually active and am a virgin so how could I have gotten it?
maybe somebody bummed you without your consent

or knowledge
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maybe somebody bummed you without your consent

or knowledge
Lord I hope not
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Lord I hope not
are you sure its warts and not piles
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been doing any serious weightlifting ?
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been doing any serious weightlifting ?
no
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How do you know it's warts? Did you get someone to check...? Could be piles.
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How do you know it's warts? Did you get someone to check...? Could be piles.
It doesn't really look like piles though I could be wrong...
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It doesn't really look like piles though I could be wrong...
And it doesn't hurt/I don't feel any discomfort
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It doesn't really look like piles though I could be wrong...
Did your doctor check and tell you that?
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Did your doctor check and tell you that?
No, just from my own observation. But I'm speaking to a nurse practitioner next week and I'm planning on telling her about it.
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No, just from my own observation. But I'm speaking to a nurse practitioner next week and I'm planning on telling her about it.
Alright yeah that's a good idea. You'll prob need to get physically examined by a health professional. It's not ideal I understand but gotta be done unfortunately. They'll be able to diagnose and help you treat the issue.
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Alright yeah that's a good idea. You'll prob need to get physically examined by a health professional. It's not ideal I understand but gotta be done unfortunately. They'll be able to diagnose and help you treat the issue.
Thanks for the help
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As usual with these threads, the answer is to ask your GP. People on TSR are mostly students, many of them school students, and even those who are medically qualified would not provide medical advice over the internet to a patient they have never met, have no medical history for, and who is (presumably) the patient of a GP already. If for no other reason, they're probably unlikely to provide advice in case you take that advice, it goes wrong, and then you try and sue them...there are also hopefully ethical reasons they wouldn't as well though.
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Get checked by the doctors. it's wise to do that rather jumping into your own conclusions, which seem get you stressed
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