Could someone get genital warts or herpes on their pubic bone?

No. Genital warts grow on genital skin, introitus, vagina, cervix, penis, anus & urethra. They can not grow inside your body where bones are located.

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Had genital warts they went away a while ago now it looks like I broke out in hives on my pubic bone does that mean it came back?

Warts and hives... ...are entirely different problems. The HPV infection that causes genital warts does not cause urticaria (the medical term for hives) or any other allergic reaction, or any other itchy condition. If your hives has not been professionally diagnosed, it might be something else -- but for sure not HPV or warts, or any other STD. Read more...

Is someones sex life over if develop get herpes or genital warts?

No. Sometimes no treatment is needed but medications and surgical procedures can be used to treat genital warts. Read more...
Genital Herpes. From centers for disease control (cdc): "genital herpes infection is common in the United States. Nationwide, 16.2%, or about one out of six, people aged 14 to 49 years have genital hsv-2 infection." (see http://1.Usa.Gov/16wijlq) that's a lot of people. There is no cure yet for this std but it is manageable. Get informed, treat outbreaks, talk 2 & protect partners. >>. Read more...

Can I get herpes from genital warts?

Genital warts. Genital warts are caused by human papillomovirus (hpv) and are not caused by herpes. One can not cause the other. Read more...

Can you get herpes from genital warts?

Hmmmm. no. These do tend to travel in the same circles. E.G. People with one std often have another. However, someone with just genital warts won't give you herpes unless they have herpes infection to give you as well. Make sense? Remember safe sex. Read more...

I get small hard bumps, like pimples, that grow on the inside of my thighs. I do not have herpes or genital warts.?

Folliculitis? Sound like either folliculitis- an infection of the hair pores or hidradentits suppurativa- a condition caused by blockage and inflammation of specialized sweat pores (apocrine glands). Both can be treated with oral and/or topical antibiotics. See a dermatologist for proper diagnosis and treatment. Read more...
Needs evaluation. There are many things this could be. Sometimes you get bumps from the friction of the thighs rubbing together. It could also be a virus called molluscum. I would recommend having your doctor look at this to find out what is causing the skin changes. Read more...