MASHABLE — It’s been a rough week for doctors in the Miami area, as the virus has forced doctors to temporarily close clinics and hospitals.
But now that the virus is out of the area, things are back to normal.
Here are some tips for doctors and patients in the area to make sure you get the best results.1.
Ask for an ultrasound2.
Check your blood pressure and blood sugar levels3.
Make sure you have all of your shots4.
Take all of the recommended tests for Zika virus5.
Know that you are pregnant6.
Have an appointment to see a doctor or midwife7.
Check in with your family and friends8.
Get tested for symptoms and a blood test9.
Talk to your doctor or health care provider about your health status.
The Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, has the most comprehensive information on the Zika virus.
The Mayo Clinic is a nonprofit, non-profit, and educational organization that is dedicated to promoting health worldwide through research, education, and community-based outreach.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is the lead agency for health information and research.
Learn more about the CDC’s Zika and Dengue vaccines.