Sex Can Wait If You've Been Near Zika, CDC Warns
Americans who might have been exposed to Zika and are trying to get pregnant should know these new government guidelines.By Evan Thomas | March 26, 2016
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued new pregnancy guidelines for those exposed to the Zika virus.
For those who've traveled to affected areas but aren't showing symptoms, wait eight weeks before trying to get pregnant.
For others who are diagnosed with or showing symptoms of Zika, the CDC recommends women wait eight weeks before conceiving and men wait six months before having unprotected sex.