Increasing mosquitoes is a reality in our environment, and this increases the risk of Zika disease caused by a virus transmitted mainly by Aedes's mosquito genius, which fits during the day to us. In the country, an awareness campaign has aimed at parents, future parents and grandparents, so that they protect themselves and take care of the most vulnerable against intervention; That's about caring for the babies or fetus of the uterus.
Why should we protect the most vulnerable? In young people and adults, the virus causes very uncomfortable symptoms. The infection is also associated with other complications of pregnancy, such as premature birth and departure.
Due to the above, it is important to prevent intervention by following the following advice provided by the USA, PASMO, PSI and El Salvador Health Ministry:
- If you are pregnant and have some sex, you can acquire the virus, which can pass through the plaque and infect the baby with the future disease, cause irreparable harm to your pregnancy. In order to avoid complications, use a condom with your partner when having sex during pregnancy, to prevent the risk of contracting the disease. Take her to the health service since the start of pregnancy for further guidance.
- Preventing and increasing mosquitoes by washing, brushing and covering all water containers, ie batteries, barrels and tanks that contain water, it is not important if the water is clean. To wash batteries, barrels and tanks mix chlorine and detergent in equal parts until consistency of pasture. Apply on this wall on walls and different containers and let it dry for about 10 minutes. Then brush with a circular brush brush, rinse with plenty of water and fill the containers with clean water.
- Make sure mosquitoes resist naked skin at least three times a day or as indicated on the product label, although it is more common for the mosquito to bite during the day , sometimes it can be done during the night, while people sleep.
- If you do not still want babies, find out about the most appropriate planning method for you: IUDs, pills, sprays or implants, as Zika can be transferred through unprotected sex.
Following these easy tips can stop, in a high proportion, that Zika comes into life. For more information, you are invited to join the "Take care of" fanpage on Facebook, where they provide personal advice on Zika prevention, as well as share the information of the article and your hashtag # MamáSeguraBebéSeguroDeZika. As well as listening to radio announcements that are announced to prevent the Zika virus.