17 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I didn't ate any sea food during this period. Craving for crab, small fish, & prawns... Can i eat?

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Answer: Hello dear.. you can have sea food its good for both of you but there are some fishes you should avoid it. Check once again before you eat
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