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Question: Precautions in early pregnancy

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Answer: Make sure you know what foods you should avoid during pregnancy. Raw or partially cooked eggs. ... Raw or undercooked meat. ... Liver products. ... Supplements containing vitamin A. ... Some types of fish. ... High-Mercury Fish. Mercury is a highly toxic element. ... Undercooked or Raw Fish. Raw fish, especially shellfish, can cause several infections. ... Undercooked, Raw and Processed Meat. ... Raw Eggs. ... Organ Meat. ... Caffeine. ... Raw Sprouts. ... Unwashed Produce. nutritious foods to eat when you're pregnant. Dairy products. During pregnancy, you need to consume extra protein and calcium to meet the needs of the growing fetus Legumes. ... Sweet potatoes. ... Salmon. ... Eggs. ... Broccoli and dark, leafy greens. ... Lean meat. ... Fish liver oil.
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