You said it has been 4 years since you’ve seen any sign of warts.
I’ve done research, and it seems that even if the warts are not visible (they seem to be gone), they are still in your blood stream?
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It is never a pleasant feeling to have strange protrusions on the flesh in your genital region.
I’m just thinking in future terms for when I have a husband…As of right now, most of the evidence suggests HPV lives in the skin.In the meantime, my personal opinion is to always err on the side of caution and always use a condom, especially with someone new.For me, from the time I got rid of any visible signs to the time I had sex with anyone other than the original girl, was around 8 months. And that girl as well as anyone since has never had any problems with pap tests or any warts or any visible signs at all.
So I think during that 8 month period is when it happened for me. The main way they spread is direct skin to skin contact so having no visible genital warts for a long time cuts the risk down a LOT.
It might start with just one or two small bumps but if luck is not on your side, these can easily spread and multiply and not long, you will have to deal with a cluster of genital warts.