CMV

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Last Updated: 04 May 2022
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Once infected, your body retains the virus forever. Women that develop an active CMV infection while pregnant can pass the virus to their children, who might after that experience symptoms. For people who have weakened immune systems, especially people who have had a body organ, stem cell or bone marrow transplant, CMV infection can be deadly. Most babies who have hereditary CMV show up healthy and balanced at birth. A small number of infants may additionally develop vision issues. In people who have advanced HIV, CMV can cause an eye infection called retinitis that may lead to loss of sight. When your immune system is compromised, an infection that has been dormant can come to be active again. Most healthy and balanced people that get CMV don't know it. If you also have advanced HIV, CMV can impact different parts of your body. If you have HIV, you probably won't get ill with CMV unless your CD4 matter, a type of white blood cell, is below 100. CMV is connected to the herpes virus that causes cold sores and chickenpox. Your body immune system usually controls the virus and the majority of people do not know they have it. But CMV can cause major health issue in some babies that get the virus before birth, and in people that have a weakened immune system. CMV does not usually cause symptoms. Some people get flu-like symptoms the first time they get CMV, including: a high temperature; hurting muscle mass; fatigue; skin breakout; feeling sick; aching throat; puffy glands.

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