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Healthcare Providers Caring for Reproductive-Age Women

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  • Women and men who are planning to conceive in the near future should consider avoiding nonessential travel to areas with risk del zika.
  • It is important for women and their partners to plan their pregnancies in the context of the Zika outbreak. Los proveedores de atención médica deberían discuss reproductive life plans, including pregnancy intentions and timing of pregnancy with women of reproductive age.
  • Women and men with possible exposure to Zika and who experience symptoms of Zika should be tested.
  • Zika virus testing is not recommended for asymptomatic couples interested in attempting conception in which one or both partners has had possible exposure to Zika virus.
  • CDC recommends women and men diagnosed with Zika or who have possible exposure to Zika through sex or travel wait before trying to conceive.

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Preconception

Recomendaciones de los CDC para mujeres embarazadas sobre las pruebas de detección del Zika

See recommended timeframes for waiting to conceive by geographic location.
 

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Counseling Materials

Zika preconception counseling

Use these materials when counseling patients.
 
 
 

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Counseling Materials

Zika preconception counseling

Use these materials when counseling patients.

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Contraception Access

Zika contraception guidance

Helping women who want to delay or avoid pregnancy during the Zika outbreak can reduce Zika-related outcomes.

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