But I still have back pain three months after being sick," she said.
There is always that doubt."The fear of problems has caused some women to think about aborting their fetuses, despite Colombia's strict abortion laws.
See more of our top stories on Facebook Health officials say the law provides for the right to terminate a pregnancy if deformities are detected, or even if the fear of such a birth threatens a mother's mental health."All women here have the right to interrupt a pregnancy if the possibility of having a deformed baby threatens their mental equilibrium," said Dr.
"I'm not finished worrying," said the young mother as she cradled her crying newborn here in this sweltering city on the banks of the Magdalena River.
"The important thing for me now is that he leads a healthy life."While much of world's attention has focused on the Zika outbreak in Brazil, the mosquito-borne virus has been sweeping across Latin America.
Hundreds of babies born to Zika-infected mothers in nearby Brazil have been born microcephalic, with abnormally small heads.
Future neural disorders are also a possibility, doctors say.
A 35-year-old Georgia mother has lost custody of her five children after being arrested for allegedly hosting a party for her teenage daughter and partaking of booze, pot, sex, a hot tub and naked Twister.
Rachel Lehnardt was charged with two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor for the party at her home in Evans, an Augusta suburb.
Of particular concern are the 3,177 Colombian women who, like Castro, contracted Zika while pregnant.