Is it possible to get genital warts from toilet seats ?

Genital warts toilet. Not very likely! scabies, crabs, possibly; warts, very rare if never.
HPV & Toilet Seats. Fortunately, this is a myth, but still remains a common belief among many people. The human pappillomavirus (hpv) cannot be transmitted through sitting on a toilet seat. Because viruses cannot survive long outside of the body, hpv cannot be transmitted this way.

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Can you get genital warts from a toilet?

Yes possible. Papilloma virus is contagious possible but unlikely as most of the time it is not from toilets. Read more...

Is it possible to get genital warts on the clitoris? And if it is possible, will the warts hurt my clitoris?

Yes it is possible. Yes one can get Genital Warts on the Clitoris.Genital warts are contagious through sexual intercourse.I suggest you consult your Gynecologist and get it treated.These are caused by Human Pappiloma Virus.Discuss with your Doctor if your sex partner needs HPV V. Read more...

Is it possible to get genital warts on your butt cheeks? And if it is possible, will it be painful to sit down on a chair if you got genital warts on your butt cheeks?

Possible, unlikely. Genital warts appear mostly where the virus is massaged into the skin during sex, i.e. places that get friction during intercourse -- thus usually the penis in men, vaginal opening or labia in women, the anus if sexually exposed. Warts can and do show up on the buttocks, but uncommonly. Warts are painless; unless very large (neglected for months), it wouldn't hurt to sit on them. Read more...

Is it possible to get genital warts inside the male urethra, in addition to external areas? When ext. Warts have been fully treated, int. Also go?

HPV. Yes it is possible to have urethral lesions from hpv infection and it is unlikely that topical application of medication to external lesions will affect intraurethral lesions. See your urologist. Read more...
Yes. Internal warts can persist even after eradicating external warts. Read more...

Is it possible to get normal warts on you and it not be genital warts?

Yes. You mean hand/foot warts(there is no "normal" warts). Yes. The hpvs cause hand warts or plantar warts are different from the ones cause genital warts. But hand/foot wart viruses still can present on the genital skin if genital skin is broken/injured for some reason. When that happen, the appearance of the warts on genitalia looks different from "typical" genital warts. Read more...