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Pregnant Contaminated Listeria Will Harm
Vacuum sealed bacon in date and smelled fine, but it was slimy... I ate it and now I'm wondering if it's going to harm my pregnancy? Listeria?
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
Most likely no: There are some foods, like sushi or homemade unpasteurized cheese, that carry listeria that can lead to newborn infection and sepsis. It is best that you share this information with your OB immediately, so they can decide if the food you ingested was a suspected one, and if so how to treat you properly to avoid transmission to the fetus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How will I know if I have listeria? I am 30 weeks pregnant. What are the signs of listeria, and what harm can it cause to a fetus?
Listeria: Symptoms of listeria include: fever, flu-like syndrome, abdominal or back pain, vomiting/diarrhea, headache, sore throat or no symptoms. The incidence of listeriosis in pregnancy is 12 per 100, 000. Thus it is a rare disease. Listeria is found commonly in nature. So it can be hard to avoid being exposed to it. ...Read more
Pregnant. Cooked chicken this afternoon, refrigerated it. Can I eat it cold for dinner or is there risk of listeria?
can deli ham and turkey that says cooked on package still cause listeria? Might be pregnant, not sure if ok to eat ham & turkey sandwich.
Food borne bacteria: Any bacterium can infect anyone when not properly refrigerated or cooked to an appropriate temperature prior to ingestion. Pre cooked and packaged foods still require the same conditions and if you are unsure of the above, common sense says to forego partaking the food item, pregnant or not. ...Read more
Iam 12 week pregnant, today Ate one slice of raw beef meat (air dried and salted,) can it cause listeria? How can I avoid? Will yogurt help?
Avoid raw meats: Pregnant women are 10 more likely to get listeriosis isymtoms of listeria include headaches, muscle aches fever, chills, nausea and vomiting. you should consult your doctor no and immediately if symtoms occur it can be treated with antibiotics. It can cause miscarriage prematurity, MR, blindness, and death ...Read more
Is it okay to eat pickled hot sausages during pregnancy? Do they possibly carry listeria? Should I cook them or trying avoid them all together?
I have heard you can't eat pepperoni when pregnant because of the chance of listeria, if I heat the pepperoni up in the microwave is this then safe?
Usually - yes: Wash your hands after you handle hot dogs. Avoid cross-contaminating fluid from hot dogs packages with utensils or food prep surfaces. Ensure that hot dogs or luncheon meats you eat have been reheated to the point that they are steaming hot. Avoid soft cheeses blue-veined cheeses; and mexican-style cheeses. Avoid eating refrigerated pâtés and meat spreads. Canned or shelf-stable pâtäs and meat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
21w6d pregnant ate panckaes that were sort of mushy on the inside although steaming hot outside pasteurized eggs were used am I at risk of listeria?
Listeria ; Pregnancy: Your risk of contracting listeria from pasteurized products is exceedingly low. The risk is greater from unwashed vegetables and deli meats. Watch for symptoms and if you get a fever, muscle aches, and GI distress during the next month your doctor can test you for listeria and if present, treat with antibiotics that can prevent fetal infection. ...Read more
Pregnant. Removed carrots after heating canned soup. After finishing soup, noticed carrots were brown in the middle and outside. Does the canning process eliminate risk of listeria? Soup safe to eat?
Listeria pregnant: Here is a URL to CDC page on Listeria and pregnancy with full explanation. If the can is not "blown" the canning process is a vacuum producing process and so Listeria won't grow in the can but if ANY food looks odd, DO NOT EAT it, in or out of a can. Thanks http://www. Cdc. Gov/listeria/prevention. Html ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Freezing: Does not kill the listeria.Get a more detailed answer ›
5 months pregnant and ate lunch meat two days in a row should I be worried about getting listeria?
Probably not: Unless there is a recall of the brand you ate you are probably fine. In the future avoid soft, unpasteurized cheeses such as Brie and Camembert and if you still want to eat lunch meat and are worried, heat it. Heat kills Listeria. In the meantime if you have any symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, or fever, see your doctor, early treatment will protect your baby. Http://www. Foodsafety. Gov/poisoning/causes/bacteriaviruses/listeria/ ...Read more
At 7 months pregnant should I be concerned about listeria? I want to eat deli meat but don't want to pug baby at risk
Why does being pregnant make your chances of contracting listeria higher? Do you have a suppressed ammune system when pregnant?
Pregnant. Can my baby be infected with listeria without me having any symptoms or knowing I have it? Very worried about listeria.
Should I be washing avocados before eating them while pregnant. What's the chance of listeria if the outside uneaten part hasn't been washed?
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