Diseases transmitted by kissing Diseases transmitted by kissing Herpes: Herpes is an easily spread viral disease whose symptoms consist of a bubble on the tips of the lip covered by pimples.
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Diseases transmitted by kissing

Studies have said kissing for 10 seconds is sufficient to transport about 80 million bacteria, and a larger number of viruses.

The following diseases are transmitted by kissing:

Respiratory diseases: viruses that cause respiratory diseases are transmitted through kissing, such as viruses that cause cold, flu, colds and mumps (Abu Ka'ab).

Infectious Infectious Disease: This viral disease is known as "kissing disease". It is characterized by severe fatigue and symptoms similar to colds, such as fever, sore throat, muscle pain, and inflammation of the lymph nodes.

Treatment of this disease only rest and drink fluids.

Herpes: Herpes is an easily spread viral disease whose symptoms consist of a bubble on the tips of the lip covered by pimples.

Herpes may be accompanied by symptoms such as colds, inflammation of the glands and throat.

Cytomegalovirus: This virus develops into the herpes family and is transmitted through saliva, urine, blood, breast milk or semen.

Symptoms appear in adults who do not have a strong immune system.

Symptoms of the cytomegalovirus, fever, fatigue and muscle pain.

In severe cases, symptoms can lead to seizures and pneumonia.

Streptococcus Streptococcus a: This disease is spread after direct contact with the mucus in the nose or throat of the infected person.

Although the symptoms of the disease are simple and can be treated with antibiotics, ignoring it may lead to pneumonia.

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