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If Not Genital Warts Then What?

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Ok, i'm a virgin and from reading other posts i've learned that I can't have an std (i.E. Genital warts), however I do have small, white bumps in my genital area and have had them since I can remember.

So if I don't have genital warts what do I have? Is it possible for "common warts" to spread to the genital region? If so, could they be transmitted sexually? I know I may be in a strange situation but i'm confused about what I have and I don't know how to tell my girlfriend that i'm a virgin but I have bumps on my genitals. Any insight is appreciated, thanks.
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replied December 6th, 2007
look up molluscum contagiosum, or genital warts on wikipedia... they should have links at the bottom for different things that are easily mistaken for genital warts.
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replied December 6th, 2007
look up molluscum contagiosum, or genital warts on wikipedia... they should have links at the bottom for different things that are easily mistaken for genital warts.
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replied January 2nd, 2008
Pearly Penile Papules
Look this up. If you have never had sex then this is almost surely what you have. The good news is that it is harmless, you cant give it to her and and its not an std. It is very common among men.
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