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Question: Hi... I am into 13th week of pregnency and ate 3-4 big slices of papaya yesterday . Is it safe.... Papaya was very sweet

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Answer: Yes it is safe.. you can't eat raw papaya as it contains peppin which is harmful.. n responsible for uterus contraction.. but you can eat ripe one.
Answer: Don't have any heat foods/fruits. It may causes miscarriage. For some of person it may suits but not for everyone. My advise, avoid such a foods.
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