The only oral cancer known to be caused by HPV is of the back of the throat, and is almost never seen in people under 40 years old. Also, HPV of the throat
, as well as cancer
itself, is entirely painless. There is no chance that any of these symptoms, or your possibly inflamed lymph nodes, are due to HPV or cancer.
If these symptoms continue, see your doctor. But don't be worried about anything serious or about oral HPV.
I hope this has been helpful.