has many many serotypes, more than 100. Among which only certain types are predominantly sexually transmissible. Likewise certain types only can cause cervical cancer
and not all. Certain types of HPV can be transmitted by casual contact by touching, scratching etc. like Veruca Vulgaris, Veruca Plana, Filiform warts
etc. Similarly non-venereal transmission of warts possible from mother to child also.
If you or your partner has some type of wart in your body elsewhere, it may likely to get transferred to cervix
Follow the guidelines given by your physician for further management.