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HPV types which cause cervical lesions are the high risk types, which have been identified in the Pap smear.
THe HPV types that cause genital warts are generally type 6 and 11 ( in 90 % of cases ). However, at present there is no test commonly available that can pick up these strains from the genital warts.
Also, testing in men is in the research stage, so that is ruled out. The genital warts are clinically diagnosed, not by a biopsy or test.
Warts are clinically diagnosed, and it is assumed that it is due to the types 6 and 11.
Pap smear would not pick those up generally, as it identifies the HPV strains causing the cervical changes.
If you both are sexually active, and both of you are having genital warts, then you both would be harbouring types 6 and 11 only.
I hope this answer clarifies things.
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