All of your exposures are low risk. The only risk I can really see is dry humping unclothed, but even then it's only a small risk, especially if he did not have visible warts at that time. Also the fact you have the shot shows you should probably be protected from the strain he has, as the shot protects against the most common strains.
A pap won't test for warts as they are low risk. Only high risk strains which your partner did not have as far as you know.
There is no time limit. Anything from a few weeks to a few years. It is rare to see them years after exposure, but it has happened before. The average should be a couple of months.
You have gardasil what r u worried about?
The shot doesn't protect against every genital wart strain, just 2 of the most common. Theres a 10 percent chance the guy had a different strain than what she is protected against
Thanks for your comments, guys. It's much appreciated. I've heard that the shots only "help protect" you from those strains...not 100% effective.
I know. But the percentage is so high that she would be safe. I mean I would only do it if I was super duper into a girl and felt it had potential. Most people get hpv, 80 percent in fact, only like 10 percent show symptoms and on top of having a vaccine. I would say go for it. Still wear a condom though in the event of unwanted pregnancy or other more life threatening stds. Just my two cents!