Safety Of Consumption Of Grilled Fish When Pregnant 5 Weeks?
Afternoon, I dianrnAlhamdulillah now I am pregnant, only 5 weeks. Do you think it’s okay to eat grilled fish? I also didn’t eat much earlier. I don’t know, people say I can’t. rnOo y, my HPHT is on March 12 2018, how many weeks is my pregnancy now? Is it true about 5 weeks? Thank you for agreeing to mnjwbb
Good morning Dian, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Congratulations on your pregnancy. In pregnancy, indeed a mother has several taboos to maintain the health of her pregnancy and fetus, one of which is dietary restrictions. Some fish are taboo for pregnant women, but not all.
Among the fish that should not be eaten by pregnant women are tuna, mackerel, swordfish, marlin, shark, tilefish, bluefish, striped bass and several others. However, fish that are more commonly consumed in Indonesia such as catfish, tilapia, sardines, salmon or shrimp are still safe for consumption. Even if it is specific with how to cook it, namely by burning, then actually this is a general taboo, that whether pregnant women or not, it is better not to eat burned food because there is charcoal in the food which is carcinogenic or can cause cancer.
Among the other food and drink taboos are:
Raw eggs Alcohol Caffeine as in coffee Milk other than UHT milk Liver Raw meat Vegetables and fruits that are not cleaned under running water
If your HPHT is around that date, then you only need to calculate how many weeks have passed from the HPHT, and it is true, that because the time between now and your HPHT is about 5 weeks, so will your gestational age.
In addition, in this pregnancy the most important thing is to routinely control the pregnancy to an obstetrician, eat more clean vegetables and fruits, increase the consumption of water, do not use drugs without doctor's advice, avoid cigarette smoke, alcohol and caffeine, and get enough rest. . If you want to know more, you can click the link below about:
Pregnant Women's Diets Pregnant Women's Diets Healthy Foods for Pregnant Women
Hope your pregnancy and delivery goes well.
So, hopefully useful.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa