Yes you can kiss someone with genital herpes. Herpes is transmitted via skin2skin contact, so if they only have genital herpes and not oral herpes as well, it is quite safe to kiss them on the lips.
If you kiss the genitals of someone with genital herpes, you could get herpes on your mouth. If you kiss someone on the mouth and they have genital herpes, you won't get genital herpes.
As long as you don't tell them you have herpes
There is a chance that they could catch herpes; it depends on the kiss. If it was a deep French kiss it is much more likely to transmit than a simple kiss on the cheek.
If she has herpes of the mouth the STD can be passed on through a kiss or any other contact of the mouth.
well.... unless you want herpes, i'd suggest NO!!!!!!!!
giving oral to someone that has herpes .a cold sore is a form of herpes..Oral herpes is easily transmitted by a kiss.
If you have the oral type of herpes (what caises cold sores and fever blisters) then yes you could give your children oral herpes if you kiss them while you have a cold sore.
If you give someone oral sex or kiss someone with herpes.
Cold sores on the mouth is herpes type 1. If you kiss your boyfriend he could be inffected with herpes 1 then If he "eats you out" he could inffect your genitals , which is herpes type 2. (genital herpes). So yes, that is possible.
Just kissing a boy will not give you herpes. He must be infected in order for you to catch it (oral herpes).
Yes, it is possible.
Not while it is active, you will infect the person you kiss.
You can get the herpes virus from a kiss on the neck if the person kissing you had an outbreak of herpes or just before the outbreak arose. The neck is a common place for herpes gladiatorum as well.
if you kiss somebody who has type 1 herpes, (which is in the mouth), yes there is a chance you can get type 1 herpes.
If you only have herpes on you're genitals then YES you are safe to kiss some one that doesn't have it. Genital herpes only affects the genitals. If you have a cold sore (oral herpes) then you could pass it on by kissing.
Oral herpes is spread through kissing. However, if you meant genital herpes, then this can only be spread by sexual contact.
Yes, it is possible.
only if you first kiss the open sore on yourself prior to kissing another
Yes, children can get herpes from a parent. Most of us get oral herpes (cold sores) from casual contact in childhood, such as a kiss from a relative.
Herpes is not genetically passed. Adults could pass herpes on if they have the cold sore virus (caused by oral herpes) and kiss their children while they have a cold sore.
what you get when you kiss someone with herpes
usually that's herpes possibly clymidia but most likely that's herpes i would have to hear more about this. DO NOT KISS RUB TOUCH THEIR GENITAL AREA OR KISS THEM ON THE MOUTH BECAUSE YOU CAN GET HERPES JUST KISSING!