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    Default Soft shell crab while pregnant?

    Can I eat deep fried soft shell crab while pregnant?

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    Mmmmm - yummm.

    I can't see why not if it's cooked fresh and served hot.

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    absolutely. nothing wrong with seafood in pregnancy as long as it's fresh.
    obviously preferably cooked that day and either still hot or has been refrigerated straight away.
    i've eaten it all through my pregnancy - great source of calcium btw..

    if in doubt, go to the asian shops and buy the frozen boxes. then you can make it at home!
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