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French Kiss Hcv
Nope: Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is only known to be transmitted by direct blood contact. Even intercourse doesn't do it, even though hep C is often mischaracterized as an STD. (The frequency of HCV is no higher in the sex partners of infected people, if they don't also share drug injection equipment or otherwise have blood exposure.) There is no known risk via saliva or kissing. ...Read more
Hello I have a friend who like to french kiss people and I'm curious can you get HIV from french kissing?
My tongue is really hard or rough! What should I do?, I am really afraid to french kiss someone because I'm afraid to hurt them!
Can French kiss transmit HIV and when's the best time to get a reliable and accurate result? My last exposure (kiss) was last month 12 aug 2014
I recently kissed a guy who is known to have alot of girlfriends and now I have gotten some small white spots on tongue. We didn't French kiss?
Dermatologic conditions are hard to discuss without seeing them., but white spots often are normally present on the tongue. The only common std associated with kissing (herpes) just doesn't sound anything like that:
it's red blistery
somewhat sore on the outside at the edges of the lips
and it's unlikely to first occur in teen years. ...Read more
French Kissing/oral: Deep french kissing and oral sex increases the risk of acquiring oral hpv infection. A case control sudy published in 2009 did find that college aged men with oral hpv infection s had more open mouth kissing;oral sex partners than men who did not have hpv infections. Even kissing and hpv was associated with those men who did not have oral sex, . Hpv vaccine can prevent these infections in future. ...Read more
Depends :): You need to defind "bad" first. I do not think it is equivalent to "passively using". Will you like the smell? - personal preferences. Is it a good person? - well, pleople use tobacco for differerent reasons... Tell me more about your concern. ...Read more
If you have white thrush on your tongue and you french kiss, could you pass it onto the other person?
Yes.: You should avoid contact with others until your infection is resolved. ...Read more
So if I have herpes2 from my partner orally also, he can still french kiss me with no problem to his mouth?
2 strains of HSV: 2strains of herpes simplex virus, can get either one as oral or genital infection. Had one, not immune to the other. Can get either without obvious flare up (cold sore)-can still shed virus. Both immune to same strain: immune. Both immune to different strains: can infect each other by seapping fluids. ...Read more
My frenulum hurts badly after french kiss. It hurts when I lift my tongue up and whenever I move my tongue. Should I go to hospital?
This appears to be post-traumatic. Try sipping ice water. If not relieved, can use Clear. Ease Lozenges - one 4x a day melt in mouth between cheek and gums.
Rest your tongue - you can text, but not talk! ...Read more
How rare is it to get hiv/aids from french kiss if both partners have open cuts. But only kissed twice. With barley tongue?
Does a boy or a girl have any kind of STDs then can it be transmitted to each other if they give a french kiss or kiss on lips?
I tested negative for hep b antigen after 100 days french kiss exposure and positive for antibody 70 QN due vaccination baby is it conclusive thanks?
No risk, no worries: You are immune to hepatitis B virus (HBV) due to being vaccinated. With without vaccination, kissing rarely if ever transmits HBV so you weren't at risk anyway. And your negative HBsAg test proves you weren't infected. Your repeated questions show you're irrationally obsessed with this. Consider counseling. (Apologies if you're not same as previous questions.) ...Read more
I got 3 shots baby french kiss hep b positive but my ab is 66mui/ml my doc told me I'm immune should I get tested it's been 4 weeks I got no symptoms?
Sounds immune: A previously vaccinated person who got 3 HepB shots is considered immune if his HepB sAb titer is above 10 mIU/mL, which means 66 is ok. Antibodies decrease over time, so such a patient has some choices for the near future. If he plans continued exposure to the virus, he may ask his doctor about rechecking his titer in a year, or maybe get a booster shot and recheck his titer in a few years. ...Read more
The french kiss was fast, I don't have any sore or cuts, and I wash my mouth with rum fast after it. Do I have a chance of hiv? Or something else
Listen Jay...: You're a grown man now. You can't get HIV from kissing, though you can get infectious mononucleosis, cytomegalovirus, herpes simplex, and/or gonorrhea. Kissing is worth the risk. You can't go through life rinsing your mouth with run every time something really nice happens. Congratulations on having been kissed, and may you find true love when the time is right. Best wishes. ...Read more
Is it alright to brush your teeth and use mouth wash before and after you kiss/french kiss someone?
French kiss 2 days ago less than 1 min with random girl, but chapped lips before 5-3 hours, Do I need Hiv test and take PEP? NEED HELP, night sweats
I'm worried from HIV dear doctor I'm worried from hiv, I had protect sex with a sex worker in dubai, I did french kiss and she sucked my penis with condom on then the condom just flip over a little bit and she fit it back. Then I did 7 minute of sex with
The: The likelihood of you contracting HIV is extremely extremely low. As I tell my patients....The name of the game is type of fluid that's exposed and the viral load of the virus in the fluid. An open wound in your mouth would increase your risk. An open wound or lesion in her vagina would also increase the risk. It sounds as if this is not your case. The only real exposure is the french kissing. There is HIV virus in the saliva of persons whom are not completely suppressed. There has been no documented case of transmission from saliva (this is contingent on no open lesions remember). I would rest easy...Its likely your ruminating over the encounter. Please be aware the sex trade is fraught with HIV carriers. There are other std's such as hep c which is equally serious...And possibly moreso because there is treatment but serious side effects accompany it. As of 2012 there is no vaccination. There may never be a vaccination. The HIV virus is the most complicated structure the medical and scientific community has encountered in regards to a cure. The best bit of advice is not to contract it in the first place. Please be safe. ...Read more
No: It does not transmit by kissing.Get a more detailed answer ›
Absolutely: Casual contact like hugging, kissing, and sharing dishes will not transmit hepatitis c. Nursing a baby won't. Heterosexual sex with a monogamous long term partner is very unlikely to transmit hepatitis c. However, do not share anything that might have even tiny amounts of blood on it like toothbrushes, razors, nail or hair clippers. ...Read more
My girlfriend is so hot and fine that I wanna kiss her, but she has hepatitis c. Can I be infected?
After the kiss?: It is not a good idea to have an exchange of body fluids. A simple kiss may or may not be harmful, but are you sure you can stop at a simple kiss? ...Read more
Herpes can be: Herpes is highly transmissible. If someone has a cold sore (herpes simplex type 1 usually) and they kiss someone, this infection can be transmitted. Hepatitis c virus cannot be transmitted by kissing. It is not even transmitted via heterosexual intercourse in most circumstances. Small amounts of blood transmit hcv. ...Read more