A test is very important!!!
It will confirm whether she has Zika or another virus.
Then she will know what NOT to do.
For example, (from https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/007666.htm
DO NOT take aspirin, ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil), naproxen (Aleve, Naprosyn), or any other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory until your provider confirms that you do not have dengue. These medicines can cause bleeding in people with dengue.
I had Denque, I took Ibuprofen... as long as you don't have major rashes, bleeding gumbs etc.. Dengue is only bad (fatal) in 1% of cases or less... and your immune to the strain after having it once.. it's actually not that bad of a disease.
ALSO the concern with Zika, besides microcephaly, is Guillan-Barre syndrome, which has killed a couple of people in Puerto Rico.
GBS is super rare and the cause is completely un-known, don't start fear peddling topics you don't fully understand.
They are not even certain Microecphaly is caused by Zika.. From what I've read it's most likely not. It's clearly due to the use of pyriproxyfen (a pesticide).
Wouldn't you want to know which virus you have contracted????
I grew up in a family that works in the medical industry, why do I need to go pay someone money when they are going to tell me to do exactly what I would normally do?
Now if your exhibiting ozing rashes (or even large rashes) or bleeding gums, yea; go in...
Otherwise don't waste your/their time.