Citomegalovirus: proteja a su bebé
El CMV es un virus común
El embarazo y el citomegalovirus
La infección congénita por el CMV puede ser dañina para los bebés
El CMV se transmite mediante líquidos corporales
Reduzca su riesgo de CMV
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Help Children with Congenital CMV Live Healthy
Early Treatment May Help
Get Hearing Checks and Therapies
- Having your child's hearing checked regularly.
- Hearing loss can affect your child's ability to develop communication, language, and social skills. The earlier your child's hearing loss is diagnosed, the sooner you can get them the services they need.
- Bringing your child to services such as speech, occupational, and physical therapy.
- Access to these services early in life will often help children with congenital CMV infection to develop to their full potential.
Signs of Congenital CMV
- jaundice (yellowish coloring of the skin)
- enlarged liver
- enlarged spleen
- petechiae (skin rash resulting from bleeding in the skin)
- central nervous system damage with small head size, brain abnormalities, eye problems or hearing loss