9 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Is pineapple will affect pregnancy at 7 weeks

7 Answers
Answer: Yes. Please do not eat pineapple as it leads to miscarriage. Pineapple helps to start the period that is why it should be avoided during pregnancy. It can take it in your last days of your pregnancy.
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy. But pineapple is not safe during pregnancy. It can cause uterine contractions. So it's not advisable to take its juice. Take care
Answer: Pineapple pliz nahi Khana ye bohot effect karta hai maine meri first pregnancy me 29 weeks me khaya tha dusre din hi meri delivery ho gayi thi please be carefull
Answer: Don't take pineapple juice or. Pineapple...my doctor said avoid pineapple during pregnancy
Answer: It is very harmful for pregnant women so be careful and avoid it
Answer: Pineapple juice is not good option in first trimester
Answer: It is very harmful. In pregnancy it cause miscarriage
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