These scientists claim that they found a dubious virus that is associated with infertility and can actually spread and transmitted through the course of kissing.
This virus was capable of making the uterus of a woman become incapacitated to have a child. They even discovered that 43% of women are contaminated with HHV-6A or a human herpes virus.
However, there are still no confirmation for this research and no one has proven if this is a fact or not.
Primary HHV-6B infection usually occurs in infants and is the most common cause of fever-induced seizures in children aged 6-24 months.
Acute HHV-6 infection is rare in immunocompetent adults but may manifest as a mononucleosis like illness characterized by fever, lymphadenopathy, and hepatitis or encephalitis, with negative test results for CMV or Epstein-Barr virus (EBV).
After primary infection, HHV-6 remains latent unless the immune system is compromised, at which time the virus may reactivate. HHV-6 remains latent in lymphocytes and monocytes and persists at low levels in cells and tissues.
In immunocompetent hosts, this persistent infection is generally of no consequence. Isolated cases of pulmonary failure in immunocompetent patients have been attributed to HHV-6 when no other pathogens have been isolated; however, such cases are not common, and no causal relation has been established.
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