Is this a HPV

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so I have had warts before and now every single bump or raised bit of skin or spot I automatically think that its a wart, these parts of skin are so small you basically cant see them with the naked eye, but they look like they could potentially grow into warts, what do warts look like before they have the stereotypical look that everyone knows? Do these look like warts?

I'm really struggling mentally with this as i just feel like everyone will think I'm disgusting and I'm scared of talking to men and going on dates because I will eventually have to tell them about it, its been nearly two years since i last had warts, so i thought my body would have cleared the infection imageFile size is too bigimage

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    i dont see any warts there

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      do you think it just looks like a small pimple though? especially the second image, sorry its not very clear but its at the very top of the photo, slightly off centre to the right, i think/ i hope im just being overly paranoid and think that every lump is a wart

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      at the min it could just be a pimple or raised hair follicle just keep ab rye on the area for it growing or changing or multiplying i dont think theres any cause for concern there

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    hi ... I got diagnosed with hpv recently just been to a clinic and I had a tiny one similar to that and she said it was a wart so had it frozen off ... mine have always been small like that.. mine never grew into the typical wart that you see online

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