It’s possible that you contracted the virus from a sexual partner who was infected with HPV but did not have visible GW . 

In rare cases, it’s possible to contract GW through non-sexual contact, such as sharing towels or clothing with an infected person. However, this is much less common than transmission through sexual contact.

The only prevention against genital warts is getting a HPV vaccine. Vaccination can protect against the strains of the virus that cause most cases of GW and certain types of cancer.

Otherwise, you should use protection during sexual activity to reduce your risk of getting or spreading HPV and other STIs. The more sexual partners you have, the greater your risk of getting HPV (and hence genital warts).

Finally, prevention is key. Regular screening for STIs, including HPV testing, can help detect and treat infections early. SIRE can help.

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