Already a Thread but he did not want to search on it.
Further he fails to actually read the whole damm article.
http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/OnCall/story?id=6034244&page=1Although no proof exists yet, there is a chance that HPV can be transmitted mouth to mouth.
Thats direct quote from the article.
That is whats is called speculation. As always you have to think. Know your partner. Any unsafe sex practices take you to the next level of possible infections for large spectrum of STD and other things. You are exchanging fluids and well its a dick semen seminal fluid and urine bile all and all.
Be smart know your partner and take it smarter. If unsure cover it.
Let them not speculate but provide us facts of what they know and take care of us in mean time be smart about your sexual activities and take care of yourself.
WebMD - Men
From - Web MD
WebMDMale HPV: The Symptoms The types of high-risk HPV that can cause cancer rarely present any symptoms in men or in women. Genital warts are the first symptom you may see with low-risk HPV strains that cause warts but not cancer.
Tests for HPV Virus in Men
To diagnose genital warts in men, the doctor will visually check a man's genital area to see if warts are present. Some doctors will apply a vinegar solution to help identify warts that aren't raised and visible. But the test is not foolproof. Sometimes normal skin is mistakenly identified as a wart.
There is no routine test for men to check for high-risk HPV strains that can cause cancer. However, some doctors are urging anal Pap tests for gay and bisexual men, who are at higher risk of anal cancer caused by HPV. In an anal Pap test, the doctor collects cells from the anus, and then has them checked for abnormalities in a lab.
Treatments for HPV
There is no treatment for asymptomatic HPV infection. Instead, doctors treat the health problems that are caused by the HPV virus.