La mayoria de americanos a favor de aborto si babies vienen con zika omg 😱😱

Most Americans favor late-term abortion if Zika harms fetus: 60% would terminate baby with shrunken head at ANY stage of pregnancy
Normally 61% of Americans oppose abortion after 24 weeks
But 60% would abort a fetus if it had Zika-linked microcephaly
Swing in opinion comes as officials struggle to contain virus in Miami
CDC is aerial spraying the city, the only place to detect Zika in the US
FDA to release killer mutant mosquitoes in Miami to kill fellow insects
And pregnant women have been urged to avoid Miami at all costs

The majority of Americans support late-term abortion if tests show the fetus has Zika, a staggering new poll reveals.
Under normal circumstances, two thirds of US citizens oppose terminating a pregnancy after 24 weeks. In fact, 22 states prohibit it.
But a poll conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health and STAT last month found that 59 per cent favor abortions of Zika-infected babies at any stage.
The dramatic swing in opinion comes as officials struggle to contain the virus in Miami, where mosquitoes appear to now carry Zika.

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HOW DOES ZIKA INFECT A FETUS?

A mother can pass the virus to her unborn baby during pregnancy.

There are two ways this can happen, according to a recent study.

During the first trimester, it can travel through the placenta by infecting numerous placental cells - something very few viruses can do.

This route is the most damaging to the fetus, and is most likely to leave the child with birth defects, including microcephaly.

In the second and third trimester, the virus can make its way through the amniotic sac.

This route is less likely. The baby would have a much smaller risk of birth defects at this stage than if it were infected in the first trimester.

Since the virus can live in the woman’s womb lining, there is a chance the baby can become infected when it is born.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ZIKA
WHAT IS ZIKA?
The Zika (ZEE’-ka) virus was first discovered in monkey in Uganda in 1947 - its name comes from the Zika forest where it was first discovered.
It is native mainly to tropical Africa, with outbreaks in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands.
It appeared in Brazil in 2014 and has since been reported in many Latin American countries and Caribbean islands.
HOW IS IT SPREAD?
The World Health Organization says Zika is rapidly spreading in the Americas because it is new to the region.
People aren’t immune to it, and the Aedes mosquito that carries it is just about everywhere - including along the southern United States.
Canada and Chile are the only places without this mosquito.
MOSQUITOES
It is typically transmitted through bites from the Aedes species of mosquitoes.
They are aggressive feeders, commonly biting multiple people in quick succession, fueling the spread of the virus.
The Aedes aegypti - which spreads other tropical diseases like dengue fever, chikungunya and yellow fever - is most commonly associated with Zika. It thrives in warm climates.
Its cousin, the Aedes albopictus has also been linked to Zika. Worryingly for Americans in northern states, this species can survive in cooler temperatures.
Unlike some other types of mosquitos, Aedes mosquitos are active during the daytime.
They are most active during mid-morning and then again between late afternoon and nightfall.
SEX
Scientists have found Zika can be transmitted sexually - from both men and women.
Couples should abstain or wear condoms for eight weeks if either partner has traveled to a country with a Zika outbreak, regardless of whether they have symptoms.
The first case of sexually-transmitted Zika during the current outbreak was reported in Texas at the beginning of February.
The woman became infected after sexual contact with a man who had caught the virus in another country.
On July 15, it was confirmed that women can pass the virus to men after such a case was seen in New York City.
There are also reported cases of sexual transmission in France and Canada.
Prior to this outbreak, there was a case of sexual transmission of Zika in 2008 when researcher from Colorado, who caught the virus overseas, infected his wife on returning home.
MOTHER TO BABY
A mother can pass the virus to her unborn baby during pregnancy.
There are two ways this can happen, according to a recent study.
Through the placenta: During the first trimester, it can travel through the placenta by infecting numerous placental cells - something very few viruses can do.
This route is the most damaging to the fetus, and is most likely to leave the child with birth defects, including microcephaly.
Through the amniotic sac: In the second and third trimester, the virus can make its way through the amniotic sac.
This route is less likely. The baby would have a much smaller risk of birth defects at this stage than if it were infected in the first trimester.
During childbirth: Since the virus can live in the woman’s womb lining, there is a chance the baby can become infected when it is born.
ARE THERE SYMPTOMS?
The majority of people infected with Zika virus will not experience symptoms.
Those that do, usually develop mild symptoms - fever, rash, joint pain, and red eyes - which usually last no more than a week.
There is no specific treatment for the virus and there is currently no vaccine to protect against infection, though several are in the developmental stages.
CAN THE SPREAD BE STOPPED?
Individuals can protect themselves from mosquito bites by using insect repellents, and wearing long sleeves and long pants - especially during daylight, when the mosquitoes tend to be most active, health officials say.
Eliminating breeding spots and controlling mosquito populations can help prevent the spread of the virus.

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Y las cuantas semanas se sabrá si un bebé viene infectado?

DURANTE EL PRIMER TRIMESTRE :fearful:[quote=“reencarnacion1, post:3, topic:153287, full:true”]
Y las cuantas semanas se sabrá si un bebé viene infectado?
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Wow pues ya sería decisión de la madre pero me daría lastima sacarlo no mas por eso

AQUI EN ILLINOIS YA CONFIRMARON 8 MUJERES EMBARAZADAS CON ZIKA Y LA MAYORIA PARECE LO VAN A TENER EL BEBE :innocent:[quote=“reencarnacion1, post:5, topic:153287, full:true”]
Wow pues ya sería decisión de la madre pero me daría lastima sacarlo no mas por eso
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Pero a garrón el zika aquí o viajarian?
Me daría miedo tener bebe ahorita me encerraria todo el embarazoh

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NO SE TODOS LOS DETALLES SOLO ESCUCHE LOS AVANCES EN LAS NOTICIAS LOCALES :fearful:[quote=“reencarnacion1, post:7, topic:153287, full:true”]
Pero a garrón el zika aquí o viajarian?
Me daría miedo tener bebe ahorita me encerraria todo el embarazoh
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Que miedo pobres bebés

Yo soy una que está a favor, siempre y cuando exista una razón médica por hacerlo. Lo del Zica es peligroso y sería cuidar de esa nene toda una vida. Gastos tremendos y con tanta advertencia no sé qué tanto cubrirían los seguros médicos cualquier tratamiento. Se imaginaba la batalla con ellos para medicamentos?! Horrible! Los casos de mutación o enfermedad genética son diferentes.

Ya cuando usan el aborto como forma anticonceptiva es cuando digo que NO. Abriste las patas? A cuidas chiquitos!

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Condon si te da picazón decía mi abuela! Lol!!!

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Pobrecitos dicen que esos bebitos pasan llorando dia y noche, dios los proteja. :sob:

Esa es decision personal de cada mujer, cada quien su utero.

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Reencarnacion,. Digeron en las noticias que las ocho personas viajaron a lugares donde esta el virus muy fuerte.,
Pero como se les ocurre eso lla es como Rifarsela mucho.,
Los unicos que van a sufrir son los bebes y parece que al final terminan muriendo tanto x nada​:scream::see_no_evil::scream::worried::flushed::weary::weary::weary::weary::weary:

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Es triste por donde se les vea

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Sin cerebro… ¿Eres un ser humano?

No estoy seguro, aunque veo gente sin cerebro a menudo.
Pero según acabo de leer, el 85% de los bebés microcefálicos mueren en la infancia.

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hay que tener precaucion. Si estas embarazada Es mejor no viajar a lugares donde el zika es mas comun

Es una de las circunstancias en las que yo si justifico un aborto…:cry:

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Buen punto, justo ahora está pasando en la televisión el presidente de mi país[quote=“gatomontes, post:17, topic:153287, full:true”]
No estoy seguro, aunque veo gente sin cerebro a menudo.
Pero según acabo de leer, el 85% de los bebés microcefálicos mueren en la infancia.
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