Warning!!! Read This Before Kissing Someone!
– Cold sores
The chances of transferring cold sores throughout kissing are quite big. The reason for them is because they’re open and have a fluid present in them. The cold sores most commonly appear on the upper lip or around it.
– Hand, foot and mouth disease
Such disease usually can be the case when there are some open sores in the mouth. As the name suggests, the disease is caused by the hands, mouth or even feet. Most commonly appears on children in daycare and preschools.
– Strep throat
The cause of strep throat is the “strep” bacteria which travels through air and can be transferred through kissing, but also and sneezing as well.
Mononucleosis is also known as the “kissing disease.” It transfers throughout the salvia and is caused as a result of Epstein-Barr virus or EBV. There is actually no available treatment for mononucleosis.
This disease can be transferred throughout kissing and also when sharing toothbrushes.
Meningitis can also be the case of kissing. This one is less severe disease than the bacterial one but it is still harmful.