If you have been in a sexual relationship with someone who has warts, I suggest you take a look at my "How to Tell a Friend of a Friend" article. Warts and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are a common source of sexually transmitted disease. STI's can be sexually transmitted when an infected person has unprotected sex. In this article I'll give you an idea of some of the ways in which STIs can be transmitted from a sexual partner to you. Warts can be seen on the skin and can be caused by a variety of factors, but they are usually caused by bacteria, fungi, or protozoa. Bacteria can be found on a variety of surfaces, including the genitals, vagina, vulva, mouth, anus, and penis. It is important to note that most warts are caused by fungi (or protozoa) which include: Mycobacteria, which includes Penicillium spp, Mycobacterium spp, and Porphyromonas spp. Bacteria can also be found on your skin as it dries, such as a wound or from having sex. This type of bacterial growth is called a pyogenetic growth, which is caused by the presence of the fungus Staphylococcus aureus. These types of infections can be very painful and can cause scarring, although the vast majority of these infections are caused by fungal infections of the skin.