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If one person does not have herpes, it is highly unlikely for them to contract it by kissing someone with herpes. However, there is still a small risk of transmission if there are active herpes lesions or sores present on the person with herpes. It is always advisable to practice safe kissing and maintain good oral hygiene.
Herpes can be on your cheek.
HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, isn't spread by kissing. Cold sores are caused by herpes virus, not HIV.
No, another persons mouth or genitals must touch yours to get genital warts. Genital warts usually come from herpes or HPV. you can get herpes in the mouth from kissing though, especially if the person you are kissing has herpes in the mouth.
..and you can get herpes.
No. Once you wash something the herpes virus is destroyed. It also doesn't live outside of the body for more than a few seconds. Herpes spreads through contact like kissing, having oral sex or intercourse with someone that has herpes.
Yes, the common cold sore is a form of herpes.
Herpes can only be passed through direct skin-to-skin contact with the infected area such as kissing, intercourse, genital-to-genital rubbing, vaginal intercourse.Herpes (both oral & genital) can be spread even when there are no symptoms or sores. This is called asymptomatic shedding.In case you have herpes, I recommend you to watch the #1 way to get rid of herpes Permanently - many.link/NewHerpesCure
No, not really. You can catch cold sores ( herpes), get a cold or the flu from someone who is all ready sick, and recently I learned that dental cavities can be spread through kissing but on the positive side the chances of you having cavity lessens
Mononucleosis herpes, warts, colds,and hepatitis can all transmitted by kissing. While kissing can spread diseases like these it is not a common occurrence when considering the number of people kissing daily to the number of instances of disease.
If your partner is disease free, yes kissing sex organs is safe.