The CDC has identified Zika virus as a cause of miscarriages and microcephaly
in babies when the mother is infected during the first or second trimester of pregnancy. Current, recommendations for pregnant women and women considering pregnancy center around living in or traveling to areas where Zika is transmitted locally. Currently, Fort Bend County has had no local transmission of Zika but there have been several cases of Zika in the county due to travelers returning infected with the virus. The only local transmission of Zika in Texas was this past winter in Brownsville, TX with two cases reported.
If you are pregnant or considering getting pregnant it is recommended to avoid travel to areas where Zika is being transmitted. If you need to travel to an area with active Zika transmission, please read this post on Zika Prevention.