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Oct. 17: Zika Topic of the Week

10/17/2016

Talk to Your Doc About Zika!
Moms-to-be, learn when to talk to your doctor about Zika.


Download the CDC Zika Widget for your website:
 English: http://www.cdc.gov/widgets/zika/index.html  
 Spanish: http://www.cdc.gov/widgets/zikaspanish/index.html  

Sample social media to help spread the word:

Facebook
Pregnant women: If you’re concerned that you or your partner might have Zika, talk to your doctor. bit.ly/2bMtot7 
  
Zika virus infection during pregnancy can cause a birth defect called microcephaly and other severe brain defects. If you decide that now is not the right time to have a baby, talk to your doctor. It is important to find a type of birth control that is safe, effective, and works for you. bit.ly/2dKRoug
  
Pregnant women: Do you or your sex partner live in or have either of you recently traveled to an area with Zika? Talk to your doctor, even if you don’t feel sick.

Zika infection during pregnancy can cause birth defects. The best way to protect your baby is to protect yourself from infection. Learn how bit.ly/2bMtot7   

Twitter
#Pregnant & live in or recently traveled to an area w/ #Zika? See your dr, even if you don’t feel sick.
If now is not the right time to have a baby, talk to your dr to find a birth control option that fits your needs bit.ly/2dKRoug

#Pregnant? Does your partner live in or has he or she recently traveled to an area w/ #Zika? See your dr.
#Pregnant? The best way to protect your baby from #Zika is to protect yourself from infection. Learn how bit.ly/2bMtot7
  
#Pregnant? Do not travel to areas with #Zika bit.ly/2b7t981 
   

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