Tips for communicating with your baby’s doctor or healthcare provider
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Tips for communicating with your baby’s doctor or healthcare provider

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      Use this guide to help you get the most out of each doctor’s visit. If you tested positive for Zika virus during pregnancy, be sure to let your baby’s doctor know at the first visit. It is important for the doctor to be aware that your baby may have been exposed to Zika virus. As a parent of a newborn who may have been exposed to Zika virus during pregnancy, you may feel overwhelmed, worried, and unsure of next steps for your baby, even if your baby seems to be healthy. Talk regularly with your baby’s doctor about your concerns and go to all scheduled appointments to make sure your baby is getting the care he or she needs. CS273615-A tipsforcommunicatingwdoctor.pdf
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