Cytomegalovirus ( CMV) Infection

Cytomegalovirus ( CMV) Infection

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Cytomegalovirus ( CMV) Infection
Posted in 2014

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a virus that can be transmitted to a developing child before birth. CMV infection is usually harmless and rarely causes illness. For most healthy people who acquire CMV afterbirth, there are few symptoms and no long-term health consequences. Once a person becomes infected, the virus remains alive, but usually dormant within that person’s body for life.
There are two different types of infection: primary CMV and recurrent CMV infection. Primary infection can cause more serious problems in pregnancy than recurrent infection can. However, if a person’s immune system is seriously weakened in any way, the virus can become active and cause CMV disease. For the majority of people who have CMV infection, it is not a serious problem.
To learn more in-depth about the effects of congenital CMV (when a baby contracts CMV before birth) and how it may present in an infant, 

My advise
1...  Follow healthy food before conceiving and continue till delivary.
2.... Drink sufficient water

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