Hell, next time he suggests something, just tell him "great, set it up!. To me it sounds like you've got the correct reading - he likes you well enough to do stuff when you take the lead, but not enough to put the effort in himself. If not, well, don't. You can also try saying to him that you'd like him to take the lead sometimes. If his reply is vague and noncommital, that's an answer - doesn't want to. I have a FWB situation with a pleasant man who is quick to accept any suggestions but I'd be waiting a long time for him to make some. If I wanted him to be my boyfriend I'd be shit out of luck.
To diagnose this condition, your doctor will ask questions about your health and sexual history.
Your doctor will also perform a physical examination of any areas where you suspect warts may be occurring.
They may apply a mild acidic solution, which helps to make the warts more visible. Your doctor may also do a Pap test also known as a Pap smearwhich involves taking a swab of the area to obtain cells from your cervix. These cells can then be tested for the presence of HPV.