How to spot a Zika virus-infected woman in her 30s
Vuelo is a former dancer who had her breasts pierced and a belly tattooed with a cross.
She said she thought she was having a vasectomy.
“I was in shock,” said Vuelos mother, who asked to remain anonymous.
“The doctor told me I had a Zika infection.
I was like, ‘Are you kidding me?
You’re kidding me?’
I was very scared.”
The doctor said Vielos condition was “very serious” and she needed to be put on antibiotics, she said.
“It was just heartbreaking,” she said, noting she also had her nipples pierced.
“There were other women who had the same issue, and they also got it from the same doctor.”
After the surgery, Vuels breasts became infected.
“This is a virus that is very, very serious, and we should do everything we can to prevent it from happening again,” she told CBC News.
Vuelas doctor, who has a private practice, told her she would need to have two procedures.
“One for the breasts, and another one for the abdomen,” the doctor said.
Vielo said she had to have the surgery twice and was told she would likely have to have a second operation to remove the scar tissue.
“If I had my way, it would have happened before this surgery,” she noted.
“So now I’m going to have to wait for another surgery, which I don’t want to do.”
Vueles mother said her son had been in the Philippines since September and was visiting her parents.
“He said he has been doing well and that he had a friend who is in his 30s who has also been infected and is very sick,” she added.
Vial of blood and tissue donated to hospital A hospital worker in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, was also told to donate blood.
“When we went in, we had to take the tissue and put it in a syringe.
The doctor told us that if we had not taken the tissue, it wouldn’t work,” said the worker, who did not want to be named because he did not wish to jeopardize the patient’s privacy.
“We were told that if the tissue was not removed in the next 24 hours, it is considered an infection and they would have to amputate it,” he said.
The worker said he also had to wait at least two weeks before he could be tested.
He said he was initially told that it would take two weeks for the blood to clot.
The hospital’s chief medical officer said he believes the blood transfusion would have been performed in Mexico, which is more than a month behind the United States.
“But we would have had to get the results from the laboratory in Puerto Rico, which could have been a few days,” said Dr. Javier Valdes.
The case has generated international headlines in recent weeks, including the release of images of a patient with the virus in Texas.
Health Minister Ricardo Rodriguez said the situation is “serious and very concerning,” but the government will not be able to provide more information until the patient has tested positive.