19 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am complete12 weeks pregnant and unfortunately I had eggplant in lunch and dinner. I read online, it is not safe to eat eggplant after having it. Is there any problem to my baby??

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Answer: Yes dear, it is not advisable too much quantity in pregnancy. But sometimes you can eat in moderation, so don't worry relax.
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