CMV (Cytomegalovirus)

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a virus that causes infections that often pass unnoticed. 

A cytomegalovirus infection in pregnant women can cause damage to the fetus.

This is the most common congenital fetal infection in industrialized countries.

In early pregnancy the physician will perform a blood test to check whether or not you have already had the virus.

In non-immunized pregnant women, the risk of infection is increased by the fact of having a toddler, working at a daycare center or with the elderly and/or immunosuppressed.



Human papilloma virus.

Sexually transmitted virus that can cause genital warts in men and women and that sometimes leads to cervical dysplasia in women.




Sexually transmitted genital lesion caused by a virus (Human Papilloma Virus = HPV).

Can present as a cutaneous wart on the vulva, vagina or anus in women, and on the penis, testicles or anus in men.

If it develops on the cervix, the condyloma does not take the form of a wart and is called a flat condyloma.

A certain type of HPV is found to be present in the majority of cervical dysplasia cases.