Can I become repeatedly infected with genital warts?

Yes. You can become reinfected and you may not have completely rid them with your initial treatment. They may need to be treated several times in difficult cases.

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Any tips on how to clean vaginal area when infected with genital warts? With the towel touching infected areas, I think it is causing it to spread.

Manage it. There's no way you can prevent genital warts from becoming more numerous unless you are willing to get them treated scientifically. You're almost an adult now. Please get with your physicain. Read more...

If you share a sex toy such as a dildo a day or two after a person infected with genital warts used it, is there a chance I may have gotten it?

HPV. The virus does not survive long on inanimate objects, but it can be spread in the short-term if sex toys are shared between partners. Read more...

I don't see any genital warts, does that mean I am not infected?

Genital warts. While you may not actually see genital warts, they may so small, microscopic even, that there would be no way of seeing them. A dermatologist may be able to spot them and prescribe accordingly. And make sure your partner(s) don't have them. Read more...
Possibly. You may still have microscopic warts that are not obvious, but in many cases your immune system may have cleared the infection and hopefully the warts will not recur. Read more...

Can genital warts spread to areas in which you were not infected?

Warts. Any wart is caused by a virus and is spread by contact. So touching or picking or scratching an area with warts can spread them. Avoid any unnecessary contact--your skin or another's to avoid spread. Read more...