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What are the chances of having CMV infections in consecutive pregnancies?

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Dr. Amy Herold
Obstetrics & Gynecology
8 doctors agree

In brief: Very low

CMV infection that affects a pregnancy and causes complications is usually a result of a first infection.
Because immunity generally results after an infection, the likelihood of having complications occur again are very rare.

In brief: Very low

CMV infection that affects a pregnancy and causes complications is usually a result of a first infection.
Because immunity generally results after an infection, the likelihood of having complications occur again are very rare.
Dr. Amy Herold
Dr. Amy Herold
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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology

In brief: Virtually nil

Primary CMV infection happens only once, though the virus lives in the white blood cells of the person for the rest of her/his life and may become active and cause disease if the person is immunosuppressed.

In brief: Virtually nil

Primary CMV infection happens only once, though the virus lives in the white blood cells of the person for the rest of her/his life and may become active and cause disease if the person is immunosuppressed.
Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Dr. Gurmukh Singh
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