First of all, it would be the HIV virus you'd be catching, not AIDS. HIV can eventually lead to AIDS. Regardless, you cannot contract HIV from kissing. Check out the following link with useful information: http://globalhealth.org/view_top.php3?id=227 If you are French kissing then absolutely you are running a risk! Body fluids are what the problem is. If you see the police they will often wear rubber gloves because of blood and if spit at by a criminal they are just as worried. The fact of the matter is they don't know enough about HIV or AIDS at this point.
No, you can not get AIDS by kissing someone on the lips.
Their can be a mistakinly of bitting when kissing.
If you are kissing the answer is no unless the person with AIDS as cut and sores in their mouth. The making out depends. If you come in contact with semen, blood, or vaginal fluids then you can get AIDS.
yes you can
I got AIDS from attempting to read this sentence
No, you can't get HIV from kissing or spitting. Exception is if the saliva has blood in it.
Genital warts do not lead to AIDS.
No, Trichomoniasis vaginalis will not lead to aids.
HIV/AIDS can lead to increase in poverty in our country
It depends. HIV is rarely (if ever) transmitted through kissing; when it does occur it probably relates to open sores in the mouth that allow exposure to blood, not just saliva.
You can't get HIV from kissing. You also can't get it from hugging or holding hands.
It would not be likely.
HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, isn't spread by kissing. Cold sores are caused by herpes virus, not HIV.
No. But you can get STDs from kissing if the person you kiss has blood in their mouth at the time you are kissing them (such as from a cut on the gums).---Getting HIV through saliva is extremely rare. Normally there has to be contact with blood or infected bodily fluids.According avert.org (a website campaign for preventing AIDS and HIV), there is an extremely low chance that AIDS or HIV can be transmitted by kissing, even deep-mouthed kissing. However, it also says that the virus can be contained in the saliva of an individual, but it is to minute that there isn't enough of the virus in a person's mouth to actually lead to an infection in the other person.In other words....you have a .000000001% chance of getting it by kissing only.But DO NOT KISS IF YOUR PARTNER IS BLEEDING IN THE MOUTH OR HAS RECEDED/DAMAGED GUMS. The blood stream will have the highest concentrations of the virus.There has been one documented case in which a person has gotten AIDS from kissing but that was because his partner was bleeding in her mouth.A normal kiss won't transmit the AIDS virus.
No Yes aids is transmitted thru body fluids if you have a cut or sore you can catch it
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You can't get HIV from kissing. It's also not spread by shaking hands or hugging.
no u cant, only if the person with aids has a cut in there mouth. then the blood will go into the healthy person.
No not just from kissing on the lips. But it could lead to intercourse which yes can lead to pregnancy.
You have got to be kidding! No. You can only get AIDS through the virus HIV which is in the blood of an effected person who carries it. Kissing such a person will not give you aids.