First of all, I know the Vag isn't a doctor, so I don't expect it to be. That being said, I convinced my girl to go to the doctor to get hers checked out. I would have gone too, but I currently don't have any. I "believe" that I first started getting these small warts (that have a hard, ball-like substance) on the shaft of my penis and just above it as well back in May, before we had intercourse. As soon as I'd see them, I'd pop them and I'd heal; painful, but effective. Just recently, several months after we began having sex, she started getting larger, skin-colored warts in her vaginal area. They're about 3/4 the size of this smiley in diameter and almost as "tall." I think she currently has two in her vaginal area: one in her pubic hair and one on the very bottom. Anyway, she went to a doctor (we're in the middle east by the way, so there aren't too many options), and of COURSE, she just gave her some cream (WARTEC) to help heal them. She didn't offer much information of any real value, as one would expect a doctor to. My question is, "do all of these types of warts point to HPV?" We're at a loss as to where we got them from. At this point we are at a loss how to prevent/cure them, we can only fix the damage after-the-fact. Are they initiated from bacteria, possibly from the toilet? We were dating quite a while before I experienced them (first), so it appears they they just vaporized out of nowhere. I am guessing that I gave them to her through sex. One more thing I guess I should mention is that she had one on her breast (definitely a wart, not a zit) several months back that I "popped" for her. I've been searching the net and haven't come up with much. A lot of forums just say "You've got HPV." However, HPV has to come from another person, correct? The doctor advised to apply the creme for four days, check to see if they're healed (which I know they won't be), and then continue for four more days. If they haven't healed by then, she must go back to the doctor.