well... i'm a 22 yr. old female and i started noticing a few outbreaks in my genital area, and a couple of tiny bumps(pimple like size) that luckily went away. oh yeah i also noticed a different odor and discharge(sick), which i got treated with antibiotics it was a yeast infection. i had an idea something wrong was going on with me, so i decided to go the doctor i mean it's the smartest thing to do... and yes bad news came my way and i've recently been diagnosed with hpv(high risk type) and well i did have oral sex with my "ex-bf"(32yr old skunk) and i noticed a tiny bump inside my mouth so now i'm freakin worried because i know i have that obnoxious virus living in me... but uh yeah i was curious, well more like i want to know in what way does the virus affect the mouth? oh yeah he also ejaculated in my mouth and i swallowed(ha) so what now? aye...:o( (and yes he's hpv+ he passed it on to me)i've been trying to search for info but so far zero! hmmm does it cause any type of cancer to the throat or esophagus? what are the risk?
well uh i finally found some info in some site...
-HPVs may play a role in some cancers of the oropharynx (the middle part of the throat that includes the soft palate, the base of the tongue, and the tonsils).YIKES! scary... if anyone has any more feedback on this topic feel free to reply sheesh hehe lates... =*)
Given that HPV is so prevalent nowadayswith warts and cervical cancer as the consequences, you would think that oral complications would also increase but I haven't ever heard of that being true. So the risk of oral problems from HPV is probably not statistically significant.