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if a man gets hpv from a woman will he have erectile dysfunction?

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HPV does not cause erectile dysfunction. It can, however, cause warts (condylmata) on your penis or surrounding genital tissue. If this occurs, you could spread HPV to any subsequent partners during unprotected intercourse.

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