Does HPV genital warts 100% came with sex, or can the body make them?

Person to person. The viruses that cause these specialize in sexual transmission. I'd question the story of someone with warts claiming never to have had sex, but I'm also wise enough not to argue or call them a fibber. Many people who carry these particular HPV strains don't show warts.

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I have genital warts caused by hpv so what I should do? And does touching my genital areas will transfer the warts to other parts of my body?

No significant risk. Genital warts almost never are transmitted to other areas of the body. They also are not transmitted to other persons, such as your baby. The genital types of HPV don't easily infect other areas. To be as safe as possible, just use common sense hygiene, like washing your hands after using the toilet and before handling your baby, e.g. changing diapers. Otherwise don't worry about it. Read more...

Does the body usually rid itself of hpv, even the ones that cause genital warts? How long does it take?

Usually not. They go away 4 a while & return. U should treat while active & avoid sex. Condoms help some but transmitting hpv is quite commonly still an issue. Abstinence i feel is best. Read more...

How long can HPV- types that causes genital warts, live outside the body? I'm afraid my cats came in contact with my worn underwear on the floor.

HPV. I would not fear for your cat's safety. Although Papillomatosis can affect both dogs & cats, you have HPV. That stands for Human Papillomavirus which can be transmitted person to person. . Read more...

So if someone has hpv/genital warts can they just never have sex again w/o the possibility of transmitting it to someone else?

No. Insist that your lover use condom. Also the problem for the woman is that she might become infected and then the cells of her cervix might become cancerous. If the lady gets checked by having a "Pap" smear done of the cells of her cervix then you will pick up cases of cervical cancer early enough to treat it successfully. Read more...