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    Question Fish and chips during pregnancy

    Did you eat it? Is flake ok to eat? I've got cravings

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    Quote Originally Posted by chloeandme View Post
    I've got cravings
    oh man...now so do I!

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    Ive had major cravings for fish and chips so yeah Ive been eating it. I dont see why it would be a problem.

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    Sorry
    I just can't stop thinking about greasy potato cakes and fish... mmm

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    I googled and some sites said flake is a no no because it has high levels of mercury or something... then others said it was ok. I don't remember if I ate flake when I was pregnant with DD... So not too sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chloeandme View Post
    I googled and some sites said flake is a no no because it has high levels of mercury or something... then others said it was ok. I don't remember if I ate flake when I was pregnant with DD... So not too sure.
    Oh really, hmm no idea hey. Ive been eating it for ages lol.

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    Even those deep sea fish are OK as long as you don't have them more frequently than once a fortnight. So go for it, and enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by narribri View Post
    Even those deep sea fish are OK as long as you don't have them more frequently than once a fortnight. So go for it, and enjoy!
    Yay! Thankyou

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    might have to have some fri night I think.

    yummm

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    Lol i knew i shouldnt have looked at this thread. I am sooo open to suggestion atm. DP just cooked me dinner and I am like omg i craving fish and chips. Hehe might have to have a second dinner :P


 

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