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A positive Zika virus test what does it mean for me?
  • Published Date:
    March 30, 2016
  • Language:
    English
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  • Description:
    I tested positive. What happens next? -- What are ultrasounds? -- Does Zika virus cause microcephaly or other problems for the fetus? -- Does a positive Zika virus test mean my baby will have birth defects? -- How will my doctor or other healthcare provider know if my baby has microcephaly?

    CDC understands that pregnant women may be worried and have questions about Zika virus. A positive test result might cause concerns, but it doesn’t mean your baby will have birth defects. Learn more about what you might expect for your pregnancy if you get a positive test result for Zika.

    CS264400-A

    zika-positive-test.pdf

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