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I Ate Sush I While Pregnant
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I ate some sushi that was left out overnight. I am afraid i might have some form of serious food poisoning.Can you tell me whether i ought to see a do?
Stop..: You should not be eating raw or undercooked meats/seafoods of any type during pregnancy. As far as tuna/salmon, you should limit consumption of mercury containing fish and seafood to at most twice a week. Raw foods just have too much potential for infectious disease, so for this nine months, give up the sushi and sashimi and cook your foods. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ate ahi tuna (sushi) often a few months before i got pregnant. Can the mercury stay in your system and harm the baby?
/.: Ahi tuna is supposed to be high risk for mercury. Half life of mercury in body is about 2 months. That means if there were no further exposures to mercury the body would have gotten rid of about half of the mercury in body in about 2 months. Harm to fetus depends of the amount of mercury and the duration of exposure. Would suggest being off any form of sushi and even canned tuna until baby born. ...Read more
I am 19 and the last time I ate fish I was probably 3 years old. Can I try sushi or would I get a reaction cause I'm not used to seafood?
Unlikely: Unless you have a personal history of food allergies to fish or strong family history there should be no reason to be concerned about having a reaction. While a common food allergy is to shellfish (shrimp, lobster, crab) it is less common to have allergies to fish. You should be fine but certainly be aware of any reactions such as lip or tongue swelling, rash, itching or shortness of breath. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I ate a lot of sushi and get food poisoning twice, before i realised that i get pregnant, is it will harm my baby?
Unlikely to happen: Food poisoning is more an issue localized to your digestive tract with secondary impact on how you feel & function.The fetus is isolated & protected from those events that do not involve the invasion of your blood with a germ or toxin, neither of which apply in this situation. To the extent you become dehydrated or land in the hospital it could complicate the pregnancy, but baby is pretty safe. ...Read more
I'm 17 with dark green fluffy and raggidy stool with white chunks the size of a circle pill. Took vit. C sup, ate greens and sushi yesterday. Help!
With what you: describe above,I'm not sure what is your complaint.Are you in any discomfort or are you just worried about the appearance of your stool? ...Read more
Hi. I'm 14 weeks pregnant and i ate shrimp tempura sushi roll and four pieces had masago over the top. Is my baby on risk of listeria?
No: You ate cooked sushi so there is no issue. If you were pregnant and you lived in japan you would likely be eating like this many times a week. My question though is if you were not sure and were concerned it might be dangerous then why did you eat it? ...Read more
I have a sharp pain on my left side. Cramping . Can't breathe deeply and hurts to stand up straight. I just ate sushi and it started after that.?
My stomach hurts and I are at a hibachi place last night and I ate sushi no luck pooping has hurt all day and I haven't thrown up either? What is it?
Abdominal pain: Upper abdominal pain may be due to simple indigestion or gastritis and may respond to taking an agent like mylanta or peptobismol(May turn stools black). Lower abdominal cramping may be constipation and you could insert a rectal glycerin suppository. If pain persists or worsens or vomiting occurs,see your physician to check for appendicitis,gall bladder problems,etc. ...Read more
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