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Sexual health and LGBT population
Living with HIV
Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP)
In men, the most common site of infection is the penis. The scrotum, the anus (up to 25% of heterosexual men) and rarely the mouth may be afflicted in men. A frequent question at our clinic is: "Why do I have anal warts if I have never engaged in anal sex or penetration?".
Remember, HPV may also be transmitted by contact without penetration, or via infected vaginal secretions during sexual relations. In summary, warts are most often external in men.