Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Test Cost

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a common virus that invades most individuals, including both adults and infants. CMV blood tests have been designed to detect the presence of antibodies generated against this common virus.

CMV infection is not a severe health condition; especially, if detected at an early stage. However, CMV infections don't come up with vivid symptoms and remain dormant for long duration. And this may make the disease slightly severe.

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Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Test Cost in Various Indian Cities
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CityAverage PriceStarting PricePrice Upto
AhmedabadRs. 750.00Rs. 500.00Rs. 1000.00
BangaloreRs. 1494.00Rs. 580.00Rs. 7000.00
BelgaumRs. 833.00Rs. 400.00Rs. 1500.00
BhopalRs. 422.00Rs. 265.00Rs. 580.00
ChandigarhRs. 790.00Rs. 580.00Rs. 1000.00
ChennaiRs. 741.00Rs. 350.00Rs. 2500.00
FaridabadRs. 1040.00Rs. 580.00Rs. 1540.00
GhaziabadRs. 573.00Rs. 550.00Rs. 590.00
GorakhpurRs. 790.00Rs. 580.00Rs. 1000.00
GurgaonRs. 790.00Rs. 580.00Rs. 1000.00
HoshiarpurRs. 300.00Rs. 250.00Rs. 350.00
HyderabadRs. 1093.00Rs. 550.00Rs. 1700.00
KolkataRs. 1630.00Rs. 575.00Rs. 9000.00
LucknowRs. 790.00Rs. 580.00Rs. 1000.00
MohaliRs. 790.00Rs. 580.00Rs. 1000.00
MumbaiRs. 1599.00Rs. 500.00Rs. 8600.00
DelhiRs. 818.00Rs. 400.00Rs. 4500.00
NoidaRs. 1666.00Rs. 450.00Rs. 8000.00
PuneRs. 995.00Rs. 250.00Rs. 6000.00
SecunderabadRs. 1000.00Rs. 900.00Rs. 1100.00
SiliguriRs. 736.00Rs. 500.00Rs. 1100.00
SuratRs. 3393.00Rs. 580.00Rs. 8600.00
TirupatiRs. 562.00Rs. 250.00Rs. 900.00
UdaipurRs. 540.00Rs. 350.00Rs. 800.00

Individuals experiencing fever, gastrointestinal troubles like diarrhea, other issues suggesting ulcers, are some of the reasons to opt for the CMV test. Children having swollen liver or spleen, rashes, or are born with low birth weight, suggest CMV infections.

Pregnant women who are infected, should visit a child specialist even before the birth of their child. This help doctors take up steps to prevent some other health disorder that may affect your child some time later in life.

Diagnosis of CMV infection can be done through a blood test, that looks for antibodies produced by the body against the virus. IgM and IgG antibodies once produced by the immune system, remain in the body for a life time. Therefore, a blood test can reveal present or past infections. Besides blood, other bodily fluids, such as saliva or urine can also be tested to determine the infection.

CMV infections can be prevented by following healthy eating and drinking habits, careful sexual contacts, careful handling of newborns and their belongings, and of course, maintaining good personal hygiene. However, CMV infections are very common and even after following every suggested preventive measure, you may end up with the disease. Therefore, opting for early diagnosis and then a treatment could help to avoid complications.

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Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Test FAQs
Q: What is cytomegalovirus?
A: Found anywhere and everywhere, a human cytomegalovirus belongs to the family of herpes virus. Once it infects the person, it stays inside him/her forever in a latent form and reactivates in conditions of low immunity. Fever, pharyngitis, fatigue and involvement of other organs systems can be seen.
Q: What is cytomegalovirus (CMV) test used for?
A: This test may be used if you have been experiencing fever, muscles aches, headache, swollen lymph nodes, fatigue, etc. for quite some time. CMV test is also used as a screening tool before procedures like organ transplant and donation of sperms or eggs. It is also used to detect congenital CMV infection in newborns.
Q: What techniques are used to identify a CMV infection?
A: Detection of CMV inside the body can be done with study of blood samples, urine culture (in newborns only) and study of tissue samples (after biopsy in immunocompromised individuals). A blood test helps in assessing the number of antibodies against CMV through serological methods.
Q: Is CMV infection a communicable disease?
A: Yes. Cytomegalovirus can spread from one person to another through direct contact. They have been detected in fluids of the human body like saliva, tears, urine and blood. It can even be transmitted from a mother to her unborn child. Sexual intercourse and kissing with an infected person also spreads the virus.
Q: How does CMV affect pregnant women?
A: Cytomegalovirus can be transmitted from a pregnant mother to her child. If not treated on time, the unborn child stands a high chance of being affected with congenital abnormalities, jaundice, pneumonitis, etc. A serious consequence of CMV infection results in cytomegalic inclusion disease.
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