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Have I spread cytomegalovirus (cmv) to my baby?
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Dr. James Ferguson
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In brief: Primary infection
The mother who somehow avoided CMV in her own childhood is susceptible to a primary infection at any time.
If this is experianced during pregnancy, it can be passed to baby & the effect can be negligible or major, depending on the point in pregnancy & the fetus.

In brief: Primary infection
The mother who somehow avoided CMV in her own childhood is susceptible to a primary infection at any time.
If this is experianced during pregnancy, it can be passed to baby & the effect can be negligible or major, depending on the point in pregnancy & the fetus.
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