Skip to content
Missed Black Friday? Check out our HUGE offers for Christmas!
Missed Black Friday? Check out our HUGE offers for Christmas!

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Blood Test

Save 6% Save 6%
Original price £90.00
Original price £90.00 - Original price £90.00
Original price £90.00
Current price £85.00
£85.00 - £85.00
Current price £85.00


Sample collection is included in the price of the test, from your arm at our clinics or via a home finger prick kit.

Results - same or next day for most markers, with Health Dashboard explanations.

Quick and simple, from a local lab you can speak to.

Please choose sample collection option:

Currently selected option: Walk-in clinic

This option is included in the price. Pick a time and have your blood sample taken from your arm at one of our walk-in clinics. 

We run our own CQC registered walk-in phlebotomy clinics. The appointment will take around 15 minutes.

Click here to see today's availability. Clinic too far? Get a home kit by selecting "Home kit" as sample option, it's the same test.

1 Biomarker


    - CMV antibodies (Cytomegalovirus) IgG and IgM
    - Turnaround time is around 6 working days


    Need more biomarkers? Check out our Essential All Systems Blood Test.

CMV stands for Cytomegalovirus, which is a common virus that belongs to the herpesvirus family. It is widespread and can infect people of all ages. Most healthy individuals infected with CMV may not experience any symptoms or only have mild symptoms, similar to the common cold. However, it can cause significant health problems for individuals with weakened immune systems, such as newborns, pregnant women, organ transplant recipients, and individuals with HIV/AIDS.

CMV is primarily transmitted through bodily fluids, including saliva, urine, blood, semen, vaginal fluids, and breast milk. Common modes of transmission include close personal contact, such as kissing, sexual contact, breastfeeding, and organ transplantation. It can also be transmitted from an infected mother to her unborn child during pregnancy.

In healthy individuals, the immune system usually keeps the virus in check, and the infection remains dormant or latent. However, in people with weakened immune systems, CMV can become active and cause severe complications. Some potential complications of CMV infection include pneumonia, hepatitis, retinitis (inflammation of the retina), gastrointestinal issues, and neurological disorders.

Diagnosing CMV infection often involves laboratory tests that detect the virus's presence or the presence of specific antibodies produced by the immune system in response to the infection. Treatment for CMV typically involves antiviral medications to reduce the severity of symptoms and control the spread of the virus in individuals with compromised immune systems.

Symptoms and tags

Fertility problems and Make your own test panel