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new guidelines from the centers for disease control and prevention urging you at Dr after pregnant patients about their travel history to areas with eco virus transmission in Brazil the mosquito borne illnesses been linked to a rising number of cases that microcephaly , a condition associated with small head size and brain damage Eugene hygienic covering a story and you know you've traveled around the country and that have an active Leica infection you know and you're pregnant you need to go see your doctor and tell him or her about your recent travel and the doctor will down probably orders that role has depending on whether or not you had symptoms while you were in fact read or even if you have no symptoms because unfortunately when I think that you know eighty percent of the people who have been infected or bitten by an infected mosquito never show any symptoms so it really is kind of a hidden Disney intern for pregnant women it's very concerning , the test comes back positive doctors will need to monitor to pregnancy with frequent ultrasound make sure the woman had access to experts in high risk pregnancies , I think your viruses been detected and fourteen countries in the Caribbean and Latin America including Brazil imported Ricoh on Saturday health officials confirmed the birth of the first you got naked baby born in the U. S. the child was born in Hawaii to a mother would become ill with physical virus while living in Brazil last may despite the guidelines Tuesday experts admit there is still much about the infection that is unknown it no vaccine or treatment , you got causes mild fever and rash