1. 90% of all people do not get re-occurences after 6-24 months post wart removl or GYN procedure. No one knows who is in this 90%. However, some of us think that a weakened immune system is the reason why some get more warts and some don't. If you smoke, drink, eat unhealthy, don't exercise, are stressed out, don't take vitamins or get little rest, your immune system cannot beat this thing.
2. Most go 3-6 months. Some go 5-10 years. Or anything in between.
3. Yes. If you have warts present, avoid ALL sex.
4. It depends if you also have oral HPV. Since you may not know, you should refrain from giving oral sex for 6-24 months after the last wart is gone.
Thanks for the reply. I am generally healthy and don't really get colds, but probably am stressed out, work too much, drink too much, and feel like I have been tired for a year. Perhaps the fatigue is from the virus. Will need to get healthier for sure and need to beat this. Last year going four months without sex and dating was very frustrating and now to go through it again is quite discouraging, so I need to make sure this is the last time.
at this point, no way to know if it's the same type of hpv that came back or you acquired a different hpv infection. usually if warts have been gone for a year and you get new ones, it's a new infection but not always.