How to tell if you’re pregnant
By A.C. Nagle and Anupam Nath This is a first in a series of articles highlighting the most common misconceptions and myths surrounding the Zika virus.
The article is the first to address the issue of “the pregnant woman’s baby” in Zika, which is also known as the Guillain-Barré syndrome, or GBS.
The term is used to refer to a condition where a pregnant woman experiences an abnormality such as an abnormally rapid heartbeat, a low blood pressure or high cholesterol.
These are all symptoms of the Guillemand-Barre syndrome.
Zika is not known to cause birth defects, but if you experience any of the symptoms above, you are likely pregnant.
You may have been told you were pregnant by a healthcare provider and should stay home while you’re at work, you may have missed an appointment or been given an incorrect pregnancy test.
Zika causes serious health problems to the unborn baby, including brain damage and severe birth defects.
It can also be fatal, with the majority of cases being due to infection during pregnancy.
A baby born to Zika sufferers may have developmental delays, and the fetus may die as a result of its development.
The symptoms of Guillains-Berens syndrome include: A rapid heartbeat (called a rapid heart rate)
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