“I tested negative for the 3 big STDs in September. My symptoms include sores in my mouth and on tongue (coming and going) for about 6 months, sore throat for about 4 months, one genital wart, low grade fever, sometimes can’t get a deep breath, small cough, feeling of a lump in my throat. Please help. Does HPV result in fever?”
It sounds like you need a follow up visit to evaluate your symptoms! HPV does not cause fever but can cause small warts in the mouth and throat. This is why the use of protection for both oral, vaginal, and anal sex is so important. Your health care provider should be able to discuss protection with you and offer advice on products that offer the best protection. Latex condoms and dental dams made of latex should be used with EVERY sexual encounter.