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    An_239745 posted:
    I just ate sushi bought at a store and I just read an article on how is bad to eat while pregnant. I'm 9 weeks into my pregnancy should I be concern?
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    Annette_75 responded:
    No you shouldn't but i don't think you shouldn't eat un-cooked fish ..But you should ask your doctor for a list of sea food you can and can't eat just to be safe...Good luck on your new baby
     
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    mwhite80 responded:
    There is an article on wedmd called what not to eat when pregnant and it says that raw fish can contain harmful bacteria and parasites. You can ask your doctor just to be safe that no harm was done, but he will definitely tell you to stay away from sushi while pregnant. Good luck


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