Thanks for the question. Unfortunately, tests available now for HPV, are capable of finding chances of cervical cancer in females only. No general test procedures are found yet to find the overall HPV status in men or women. Also, there are no specific medical check-ups available to find genital warts present in genitals or mouth or some other parts. But it can be easily recognized visibly by the presence of cauliflower like warts. Moreover, you need not worry about warts as they will go away by its own, in a matter of one or two years. In your girlfriend, genital warts will disappear by their own without causing serious health issues. But it is not recommended to have sex while she have genital warts, as it is mostly spread through skin to skin contact between partners who have sex. If you are sure that you have not been affected with HPV by now, you can take HPV vaccination, which will protect you from getting infected with some of the prominent HPV infections. Also, using condoms while having sex with suspected partners also help. There is chance in your case that you might have affected with HPV infection which causes cervical cancer in women and no visible symptoms in males. If so, you will act as a carrier of HPV transmitting the infection to those females you have sex with. Hope my answer helps. Take care.