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HPV is so common that almost every sexually active human on the planet will get infected at some point in their life.
As such, there is no need to do genetic strain testing (there are over 40 strains) to try and figure out if you infected each other or got it somewhere else.
In the majority of infected people the HPV does not cause any problems.
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I do not know of any links to kidney problems....
But it you want genetic strain testing the only place to do that would be at the CDC in the USA and whatever the UKs equivalent is. Also, some large university teaching hospitals might offer this sort of testing.But, if I were you? I'd not spend the time and money as you will only get statistical probabilities that will not really help you or your partner to know your specific, individual risk.
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