Hpv is not the same as hsv. Some of you don't read. Is it possible to have "flat warts" with cancer causing hpv? I allegedly only have cancer causing.

Yes, but not common. There are over 150 distinct hpv subtypes.Hpv type 1 commonly infects the soles of the feet and produces plantar warts, while hpv types 6 and 11 infect the anogenital area and cause anogenital warts .Hpv subtypes have a variable potential to cause malignant change.The common cutaneous warts are rarely linked with hpv-associated carcinoma. Hpv 16 and 18 are the most common hpv associated w/ cancer.
Not likely. The hpv type related to cervical cancer is not producing any warts. The types producing genital warts are not related to cancer. Those flat warts are related to non-cancerous types. The lesions induced by carcinogenic types may look like warts but they re not.
Yes! Human papillomavirus (hpv) is a virus from the papillomavirus family that is capable of infecting humans. More than 100 hpv types are known. Flat warts or verruca plana are caused by a different subtype (3, 8 & 10) that is separate from other subtypes in the family of hpv. So you can be infected by any of the subtypes independent of previous or concurrent infections.