Yes. Kissing could transmit Herpes as it can be transmitted even without seeable signs of outbreak. HSV-1 (called sores/fever blisters) as it is more commonly called can be transmitted through kissing or in anyway of the mucous membrane of the mouth gets in contact with other person’s mouth. HSV-2 (genital herpes) can be transmitted through kissing if and only if the person you kissed has had oral-genital sex with a person with genital herpes. When you kissed that newly infected person who has oral-genital sex with genital herpes-positive, then you too will get infected through kissing. HSV-2 (genital herpes) as it is more commonly called could only be transmitted through genital-genital contact or bodily fluids of genitals in any way get in contact with other person’s genitals.
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