Pregnancies Impacted by Zika

 

Pregnancy & Zika virus

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Zika Virus and Birth Defects

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How Long is a Zika-infected Pregnant Woman Infectious?

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Mom infected with Zika during pregnancy speaks out

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How Does Zika Affect the Fetuses of Infected Pregnant Women?

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Pregnancy and Zika virus

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Zika virus can be passed from a pregnant woman to her fetus. Infection during pregnancy can cause a birth defect called microcephaly and other severe fetal brain defects. Zika primarily spreads through infected mosquitoes.

You can also get Zika through sex without a condom with someone infected by Zika, even if that person does not show symptoms of Zika. What we know Zika virus can be passed from a pregnant woman to her fetus. Infection during pregnancy can cause a birth defect called microcephaly and other severe fetal brain defects. It may problems with hearing and vision joints with limited range of motion seizures too much muscle ton. Zika infection during pregnancy has been most closely linked to microcephaly in developing fetuses, a condition in which the skull and brain are underdeveloped.

It also can lead to a pattern of. Zika infection during pregnancy has been most closely linked to microcephaly in developing fetuses, a condition in which the skull and brain are underdeveloped. It also can lead to a pattern of birth defects that includes brain abnormalities, vision problems, hearing loss. What is Zika and why is it a concern during pregnancy?

Zika is a virus that is spread primarily by certain kinds of mosquitoes. The virus can cause birth defects, such as microcephaly, in babies whose mothers were infected during pregnancy.. Fortunately, though the news often sounds scary, Zika is not being spread by mosquitoes in most parts of the United States, so the risk of getting. Zika virus infection during pregnancy can cause microcephaly and other severe brain defects in babies, but not every pregnant woman infected with Zika will have a baby with a related health condition at birth. Children affected by Zika may have lasting special needs.

Acting early to get services could make a difference. The new report more than doubles the number of known Zika-affected pregnancies in the U.S. — from 113 reported on May 11 to 279. The majority of the known cases — 157 — reside in U.S. states, while.

How does Zika virus affect pregnant women and fetuses? Pregnant women have the same risk as the rest of the population of being infected with Zika virus, which is transmitted by the bite of infected Aedes mosquitoes. Some women may remain unaware they have the virus, as they may not develop any symptoms. Careful monitoring and evaluation of children born to mothers with evidence of possible Zika virus infection during pregnancy is essential to ensure babies receive the care they need.

In the August 2018 Vital Signs Report, scientists looked at babies who were at least 1 year old born to women with Zika during pregnancy in the U.S. territories. Out of 1,450 babie. Very rarely, Zika may cause severe disease affecting the brain, causing swelling of the brain or spinal cord or a blood disorder which can result in bleeding, bruising or slow blood clotting.

Microcephaly & Other Birth Defects Zika infection during pregnancy can cause a birth defect called microcephaly, as well as other severe fetal brain defects.

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When pregnant women are infected with Zika virus for the first time in pregnancy, it may cause severe damage to the fetus, in particular causing microcephaly, ocular abnormalities, hearing loss, and arthrogryposis.

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• The risk of a primary infection in pregnant women is the same as for any other adult, but there is significant risk to the unborn child, who is at risk of congenital Zika virus syndrome (CZVS).

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Zika infection during pregnancy may cause severe birth defects including microcephaly and fetal death, and patients have developed Guillain–Barré syndrome.

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Kleber de Oliveira W, Cortez-Escalante J, De Oliveira WT, et al: Increase in reported prevalence of microcephaly in infants born to women living in areas with confirmed Zika virus transmission during the first trimester of pregnancy—Brazil, 2015, MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 65:242–247, 2016.

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During April 2016, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) concluded “… that Zika virus is a cause of microcephaly and other severe brain defects”15 Infection with the Zika virus increases the risk of adverse health outcomes; not all infected pregnant females will give birth to infants who have

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Zika virus can be spread from a pregnant woman to her fetus and has been linked to a serious birth defect of the brain called microcephaly (Fig. 18.13) in babies of mothers who had Zika virus while pregnant.

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While the symptoms of Zika virus are mild, infection during pregnancy can cause serious birth defects.

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Speaking of Zika, the virus can be passed from mama to baby in utero, which can lead to birth defects like microcephaly and severe brain impairment.

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As of 21 February 2015, 23,574 suspected cases and 9556 deaths had been reported.22,23 In 2015, Zika virus (a mosquito-borne virus) was reported in 84 countries and found to increase the risk of developing microcephaly and congenital malformations in babies born to women who have contracted the Zika virus.

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Most recently, Zika virus, caused by pregnant women receiving bites from Zika-infected mosquitoes, has been associated with abnormal outcomes in children, including heads of reduced size (microcephaly) (www.scientificamerican.com/article/what-s-behind-brazil-s-alarming-surge-inbabies-born-with-small-heads/).

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Oktay Kutluk

Kutluk Oktay, MD, FACOG is one of the world's foremost experts in fertility preservation as well as ovarian stimulation and in vitro fertilization for infertility treatments. He developed and performed the world's first ovarian transplantation procedures as well as pioneered new ovarian stimulation protocols for embryo and oocyte freezing for breast and endometrial cancer patients.

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  • I feel Wolbachia-infected mosquito releases (heavily funded by Bill Gates and four gov’ts) are at the root of these outbreaks. Wolbachia is responsible for the most widespread pandemics in the animal kingdom (LePage and Bordenstein, 2013).

    What the WHO and CDC failed to do was take to heart the evidence submitted by Drs. Ayres, Hunter, Guedes, Guo et al., and just recently, Evans et al.

    No infected mosquitoes were collected from Yap States and French Polynesia during their Zika outbreaks. They simply ASSUMED that Aedes species were vectors, although they never fulfilled the criteria.

    Culex mosquitoes in Brazil and China are spreading Zika (which means birds are likely reservoir hosts). What’s worse: Wolbachia that is acquired by any species after (or perhaps along with) a Zika infection is probably enhanced by Wolbachia.

    My open letter to Dr. Margaret Chan, director-general of WHO: http://www.infobarrel.com/An_Open_Letter_to_Dr_Margaret_Chan_Director-General_of_WHO

  • WHAT A LOAD of complete horseshit……this Ebola fear porn, wait wtf, “ZIKA” fear porn is exactly that!! More stolen money wanted by the fraudulent CDC and every other corrupt agency sponsored by the feds! YaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwnnnnnnnnnZzzzzzzzzzzzz

  • Democrats don’t get on some bipartisan shit, the country cries foul… When Republicans do it, it’s fair game… can’t have it both ways.