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A baby can be infected gonorrhea and hepatitis by kissing and being fed from mother’s mouth
February 13 2019, 10:27 AM
In terms of theory, all respiratory diseases, salivary transmission or direct contact can be transmitted by kissing. In which, common respiratory diseases such as tuberculosis, meningococcal bacteria or influenza virus, measles, mumps, etc.

Usually, those diseases infect through tiny beads from coughing, sneezing ỏ talking. In terms of theory, kissing can also spread these disease even though the fact is that it’s less common.

Herpes virus is the common disease spread through contact. They can cause herpes sores, vesicles on the skin, usually in the semi-mucosa or invasive virus, in the form of silent ‘sleeping’ in the body, when there are favorable conditions, it will react to the edge, shingles, even herpes encephalitis.

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) also belongs to the Herpes group. It spreads through body fluids like saliva, urine or blood.

When a person is infected with CMV, the virus stays in the body for a lifetime. A CMV infection usually does not cause serious illness, however, if a fetus infected with CMV can have serious developmental disorders. Also in people with poor resistance, the disease can cause damages to the lungs, liver, or infectious mononucleosis.

With saliva, many intestinal viruses can be transmitted such as hand, foot and mouth disease virus, enterovirus, poliovirus, diarrhea, etc.

‘It is also thought that bacteria cause peptic ulcer H. Pylori can also be spread through saliva by feeding the baby from the mouth’, doctors recommend.

In addition, there are a number of diseases that can be transmitted to children while feeding them from the mouth:

Gonorrhea: Recently, there has been a case of a 2-year-old baby infected with gonorrhea from his father because this man had made love with many women so he got infected. Due to the habit of taking care of children, kissing, and feeding them from the mouth, the man spread the disease to his son.

Meningococcal meningitis: this is a kind of diplococcus located in nasal and throat area. Therefore, when chewing rice, bacteria easily from the nose and throat of the sick person will spread to the baby.

Hepatitis: Hepatitis is a disease that is easily transmitted by mouth. Of course, when chewing rice, the hepatitis virus easily follows the saliva of the person feeding the baby, accidentally help hepatitis attack the baby.  In particular, liver diseases often occur silently so it’s very difficult to detect.

Amoeba dysentery: dysentery spreads directly or indirectly through the gastrointestinal tract. The disease spreads directly from patients to healthy people when they come into contact with each other. People with amoeba germs in their nails. When feeding children from the mouth, the person who feeds the baby often uses his hands to do.

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