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Guinea Pig Cytomegalovirus Virus
Is it common for kidney transplant patients to get cytomegalovirus? Is the virus always active in transplant patients? Any med to make it inactive?
Cmv and virus hello there I have a doubt relative to cytomegalovirus, why does it attack especifically your retina and also why do viruses remain in our blood even after affecting a specific organ for example hepatitis C which affects the liver still rem
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I fell 2 weeks ago.I fell into a metal Guinea pig cage.The metal bar broke-through my cotton pants & broke my skin.Tetnusshot4-5yrs ago.do i neednew1?
My grandson has guinea pig and has the cage in his bedroom where he sleeps. Is there any health risks involved by having the cage in the room?
Pets and Disease: Nope. As long as he is healthy there is nothing to worry about. ...Read more
If you ask, then yes: People may be allergic either to their dander (not hair) and/or urine (which is common), or to their bedding itself, or something else. If the history does not make clear which this is, an allergist can do skin testing, and also advise you whether there are ways in which you can keep a beloved companion animal despite an allergy. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes: Guinea pigs are part of the rodent family and they can all produce similar symptoms. ...Read more
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