"R.M.K.................. HPV AND ORAL SEX??????????????????
Apr 30, 2003
Response from Mr. Kull
It is unlikely. While it is possible that a person could experience HPV-related warts in or around their mouth, it is not common. Still, you should have any symptoms that you experience checked out by a doctor.
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