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My sister was recently diagnosed with HPV. She is married to a very mental man who has admitted to having sex?
with a dog. Could this have caused the HPV? I don't think she has discussed this with the dr, due to the embarassment, but I worry that the lack of knowledge may be endangering her health further. PLEASE any help appreciated.
No, animals usually don't carry the HPV virus, but it would be only more than ethical to call the authorities on him for animal cruelty.
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