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Doctors Review 7 Dangerous Diseases You Can Get Through Kissing

Doctors Review 7 Dangerous Diseases You Can Get Through Kissing

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Infectious mononucleosis

Infectious mononucleosis is an infectious viral disease characterized by swelling of the lymph glands and prolonged lassitude. Also called infectious mononucleosis.

Main symptoms: The main symptoms of infectious mononucleosis are fatigue, malaise, body pain and fever, which can be low or reach 40ºC, sore throat and ganglia in the neck region, which last between 15 days and 1 month.

EBV infection can affect a person’s blood and bone marrow. The virus can cause the body to produce an excessive number of white blood cells called lymphocytes (lymphocytosis). EBV can also weaken the immune system, making it more difficult for the body to fight infection.

Flu and colds

Flu is caused by Influenza-type viruses, while colds can be caused by more than 200 types of viruses such as rhinoviruses and coronaviruses, both of which can be transmitted by kissing.

Main symptoms: The flu causes fever that can reach 40ºC, body aches, headache, runny nose, sore throat and dry cough. These symptoms last for about 1 week and heal on their own. A cold is a milder variant and causes a runny nose, sneezing, nasal congestion, headache and low-grade fever.

Ways to treat symptoms and recover from a cold or the flu include:
  • resting.
  • getting plenty of sleep.
  • staying warm.
  • drinking plenty of water and other clear fluids.
  • taking over-the-counter pain relievers, such as ibuprofen, to lessen aches or pain.
  • using a humidifier.

Herpes

Herpes simplex virus 1 and 2, also known by their taxonomical names Human alphaherpesvirus 1 and Human alphaherpesvirus 2, are two members of the human Herpesviridae family, a set of new viruses that produce viral infections in the majority of humans. Both HSV-1 and HSV-2 are common and contagious.

herpes outbreaks usually look like a cluster of itchy or painful blisters filled with fluid. They may be different sizes and appear in different places. The blisters break or turn into sores that bleed or ooze a whitish fluid.

Chickenpox

Chickenpox is highly contagious to those who haven’t had the disease or been vaccinated against it. The most characteristic symptom is an itchy, blister-like rash on the skin.

The rash may first show up on the chest, back, and face, and then spread over the entire body, including inside the mouth, eyelids, or genital area. It usually takes about one week for all of the blisters to become scabs. Other typical symptoms that may begin to appear one to two days before rash include: fever.

Mumps

Mumps is caused by a virus that spreads easily from person to person through infected saliva. If you’re not immune, you can contract mumps by breathing in saliva droplets from an infected person who has just sneezed or coughed. You can also contract mumps from sharing utensils or cups with someone who has mumps.

Mumps affects the parotid glands, salivary glands below and in front of the ears. The disease spreads through infected saliva. Some people experience no symptoms. When symptoms occur, they include swollen, painful salivary glands, fever, headache, fatigue and appetite loss.

Candidiasis

Candidiasis in your mouth is called thrush. It causes white lesions that look like cottage cheese on your tongue or inner cheeks. It may also lead to soreness or burning and can spread to other parts of your mouth or throat. Candidiasis in the vagina is commonly called a yeast infection.

If left untreated, vaginal candidiasis will most likely get worse, causing itching, redness, and inflammation in the area surrounding your vagina. This may lead to a skin infection if the inflamed area becomes cracked, or if continual scratching creates open or raw areas.

Syphilis

kissing can transmit syphilis, which may present as an oral chancre. T pallidum can invade mucous membranes through abrasion. Therefore, oral chancre can result from kissing with a syphilis patient. Therefore, kissing with a syphilis patient should also be avoided in order to block the infection.

What are the signs of syphilis in a man?

They include body rashes that last 2 – 6 weeks — often on the palms of your hands and the soles of your feet. There are lots of other symptoms, including mild fever, fatigue, sore throat, hair loss, weight loss, swollen glands, headache, and muscle pains.

What does syphilis look like on a female?

small skin growths (similar to genital warts) – on women these often appear on the vulva and for both men and women, they may appear around the anus. white patches in the mouth. flu-like symptoms, such as tiredness, headaches, joint pains and a high temperature (fever) swollen glands.

7 Dangerous Diseases You Can Get Through Kissing In conclusion, the best protection is simply not kissing people.

 

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