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Cytomegalovirus and its Statistics
Cytomegalovirus, or CMV is a STD and virus part of the herpesvirus family. Throughout the United States nearly 50% of all young adults will become infected. By the time they are 40 years old 80% would have been infected.
CMV can spread through saliva, urine, cervical secretions, semen, and bodily fluids. CMV can affect your children with blindness and mental retardation, later in life.
- In healthy people Cytomegalovirus has no symptoms because of the individuals healthy immune system.
- Children are at a higher risk of infection because their immune system is weaker than adults.
When there are symptoms...
- Most commonly people may experience swollen lymph glands.
- At worst people may experience occasional fatigue/fever.