Date Uploaded: 03/10/2012
Viral infections in pregnancy are major causes of maternal and fetal death and defromtiy. Some Infections are known to be harmful to an unborn baby, producing congenital defects, i.e. toxoplasma, cytomegaloviruses, chicken pox, and measles. Dr. Abdel maged Ramzy, discusses the causes of such viruses, and how depending on your own natural immunities, the stage of development of the fetus, and the type of virus, can sometimes be nothing to worry about, or may potentially have more serious effects.
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