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    Default Pregnant and going to Bali.

    We're off to Bali, I'll be 24 weeks pregnant when we go.
    We've been a fair few times, maybe 6 or 7, with the kids. But I've never been pregnant over there.

    So any advice? I'm thinking I'll stick to eating vegetarian only (no meat or eggs) and avoiding milk based beverages and ice cream.

    Or is that going over board? I've never gotten sick over there before. Nor have our kids. We tend to eat at the same places (creatures of habit!).

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    I went when I was 6 weeks and just made sure what I ate was steaming hot and cooked then n there.

    Didn't get sick and all was fine

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    Did you avoid anything?

    Maybe I'm going over board then..

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    I went for two weeks when I was 21 - 23 weeks pregnant with DS. The only thing I avoided was uncooked foods, cold seafood, and fruits/veg that hadn't been cooked or peeled. Pretty much the usual rules! I drank milk and ate ice cream. I had lots of milkshakes and virgin pina coladas from the pool bar!

    Of course, I avoided the water too.

    I didn't have any problems

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    Just really ice in drinks, fruit, salads, seafood that they have out on ice. For brecky I always got eggs @ the egg bar as they made fresh.

    And ate a clean popular places that Iv been to b4.
    The last time we went I did get sick (not preggers) but we did try very different things.

    A very nice place to go but very price is Matis or Matiz. U have to book but Omg Yummo. Maybe just u n hubby

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjewell View Post
    Just really ice in drinks, fruit, salads, seafood that they have out on ice.
    The ice restaurants and resorts use in Bali is made from filtered water, so is safe.

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    Yeah I know now but it was first time in Bali and didn't know


 

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