Can a HPV strand that causes cervical changes and doesn't produce warts in a female (that are noticeable) be passed to the male and cause genital warts in him?
I was diagnosed with HPV approximately a year ago. My doctor informed me that I was not considered a low risk strand, but not at highest risk. There were obvious cervical cell changes. When I was diagnosed, I was single and fresh out of a divorce from a nine-year marriage. I am currently in a serious relationship. He is aware that I have HPV. We have been having unprotected sex for about five months. He has noticed an apparent genital wart outbreak. My question is could a non-wart high risk strand be passed to my partner and cause him to produce warts after catching HPV? Or is it possible he had got HPV from sexual partner before me, which he stated is a possibility. Please help get closure for us.