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    Default I'm 5 weeks preg and accidentally ate mouldy bread!!!! NOW WHAT?

    should I be worried??? Bit late now!
    (i've put it in my daughters school lunch and she will have eaten it too!!)
    I only bought it on Monday!!!

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    I did this early on, I'm now over 38 weeks and doing fine totally understand your freak out though, so gross!

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    I did it a few weeks ago at 27 weekd and only realised after DS had eaten it aswell. Apart from feeling gross at the thought of eating mouldy bread both DS and I were absolutely fine

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    I wouldn't worry

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    Thanks :-)

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    i wouldn't worry either. but if you don't feel well get checked out. I only keep bread for about 3 days before getting a new one.

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    Wouldn't worry I think I ate bread slightly mouldy a few times without realising early on and all is well

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    You'll be fine, the acid in your stomach will kill the mould.


 

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