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Yes but on condition, when the one you are kissing has a wound somewhere on or in mouth, and one u is HIV+, then you are most likely to get, and sometimes those wounds can be so small that u can't even see them, so its mercy of God to protect us and we should avoiding kissing kissing whoever pass by our way
added by Tumusiime Enock 1 days ago 0    0

If that person have cracks on the mouth it can be easily transmitted through it, thank you thank you thank you thank you
added by 1001111314 1 days ago 1    0

Ekyo kituufu naye ku percentage entono,bwaba Ali kudaagala nga alikozesa bulungi ayinza obutakudiiga kyokka bwaba akayina asobola okakukwaasa
added by Anonymous 2 days ago 1    0

It's possible because even saliva has some blood in it
So when mixed with an infected person
Transmission can occur.
However there those whose immune system is excellent, and they hardly acquire the virus
added by 1000943020 2 days ago 0    0

Is HIV Transmitted Through Kissing pro or No?

There are a lot of misconceptions about how HIV is transmitted, so let’s set the record straight.
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a virus that attacks the immune system. HIV is contagious, but the vast majority of your daily activities pose no risk of HIV transmission
Only certain body fluids — blood, semen, vaginal fluid, anal fluid, and breast milk — can spread HIV. It can’t be transmitted via saliva, sweat, skin, feces, or urine.
So, there’s no risk of getting HIV from regular social contact, such as closed-mouth kissing, shaking hands, sharing drinks, or hugging because those bodily fluids aren’t exchanged during these activities.
The most common way that HIV Is spread is through sex, including oral and anal sex, that’s not protected by condoms.
HIV can also be transmitted by sharing needles and using blood containing HIV

How do you vote?

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Chances of getting HIV through kissing are very low
Unless both of couple have sores on their lips or mouth

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