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Query from: esha, usa, 12/05/07
Topic: PREGNANCY      Submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject: what foods cause miscarriage

i want to know all foods which cause a misscarriage, so i can avoid them most and even indian ones

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Response from: Indumukhi A.,   
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The main food that Indian and non-Indian doctors caution about eating is unripe papaya, which can cause miscarriage.

You should also avoid certain kinds of large fish: Swordfish, shark, tilefish, king mackerel, canned albacore tuna fish harbor higher levels of methylymercury, a metal detrimental to a growing child's brain and nervous system. You should also avoid fish caught in lakes, rivers, and ponds which could be polluted.

Avoid raw or undercooked meat, poultry, seafood (like raw oysters, clams, sushi), and eggs, which may contain a variety of bacteria and viruses. Use a meat thermometer to determine doneness of meat and poultry, and cook eggs until they are no longer runny.

Do not eat hot dogs and luncheon meats, including deli ham, turkey, bologna, and salami. These foods are prone to Listeria monocytogenes, a bacteria that causes listeriosis, which may result in miscarriage, stillbirth, or other serious health problems.

Do not eat unpasteurized milk and milk products. Since they are illegal in the U.S., usually you will find only in certain cheeses. But be sure not to eat these cheeses, such as Brie, feta, Camembert, Roquefort, blue-veined, "queso blanco," "queso fresco," and Panela; refrigerated pates or meat spreads; and refrigerated smoked seafood, such as salmon, trout, whitefish, cod, tuna, or mackerel (most often labeled as "nova-style," "lox," "kippered," "smoked," or "jerky"). These foods may contain harmful levels of listeria bacteria.

In fact, all unpasteurized juices should be avoided too, such as cider purchased from roadside stands, at farms, or in stores. These products are prone to germs, including E. coli. Check the label to be sure juice is pasteurized.

This may surprise you-- FDA advises pregnant women do not eat any sprouts, including alfalfa, clover, radish, and mung bean. The FDA says sprouts are not a good idea for anyone, never mind pregnant women who are more susceptible to the health effects of the germs sprouts possess.

Finally, do not take alcohol, excessive caffeine, herbal supplements, medicines, without the consultation and approval of your doctor.

If you are prone to miscarriage for some reason, ayurveda does prescribe a non-spicy, gentle diet. However most women's bodies are designed to handle all kinds of stress without harming the baby at all, and unless you have had problem pregnancies in the past, you probably don't need to avoid spicy foods.

Best wishes for a happy, healthy pregnancy!

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Response from: mrs.ram s,   
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Hi esha, first of all congratulations to you...dont worry....dont think of miscarriage and all..during this time...just be happy...

below are the foods to be avoided during pregnancy to avoid miscaarriage

A healthy, well-balanced diet is important during pregnancy. Most fresh foods are wholesome and safe to eat, however some foods should be avoided during pregnancy.

What not to eat when you are pregnant:

Raw Meats and Seafood including sushi - all uncooked and rare meats and seafood should be avoided due to high risk of listeria and salmonella poisoning.

Deli meats including hot dogs - these deli meats might be contaminated with listeria bacteria which may result in miscarriage or even a stillbirth. It's safe to eat deli meats if you reheat them until steaming hot.

Refrigerated smoked seafood - for the same reason of listeria contamination. It is safe if they are contained in cooked dishes. Canned and shelf-stable versions are safe to eat.

Raw eggs - raw eggs may contain salmonella. Some Caesar salad dressings, mayonnaise, homemade ice cream and custards as well as Hollandaise sauces may be made with raw eggs. It is best to check with your server in a restaurant; if in doubt, it is best to avoid it. In addition, unpasteurized eggnog should be avoided.

Fish high in mercury - avoid high-mercury fish such as Shark, Swordfish, King Mackerel and Tilefish. Also limit fish intake to no more than 2 servings per week. For more info - read Is it Safe to eat Fish during Pregnancy?

Soft cheese - avoid the following soft cheeses: Feta, Brie, and Camembert cheeses, blue-veined cheeses, queso blanco, queso fresco and Panela. They are safe to eat if they are labelled pasteurized.

Refrigerated pâtes or meat spreads - for the same reason of listeria contamination. It is safe to eat the canned or shelf-stable versions.

Liver - liver is a rich source of iron. However it contains a high level of Vitamin A. Large amounts of Vitamin A can be harmful to the baby.

Unpasteurized milk and juices

Alcohol - many documented fetal abnormalities and birth defects have been associated with alcohol use during pregnancy. Unwashed Vegetables: Yes, vegetables are safe to eat, so you still need to eat them. However, it is essential to make sure they are washed to avoid potential exposure to toxoplasmosis. Toxoplasmosis may contaminate the soil where the vegetables were grown.

Enjoy a healthy pregnancy!

regards, S.Ram(ss)

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Response from: Mrs. Sai Sai,   
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esha,

Please see this link to know about what Foods should Be Avoided During Pregnancy

http://living.oneindia.in/health/pr…

Foods To Be Avoided During Pregnancy : A healthy, well-balanced diet is important during pregnancy. Fresh foods are safe to eat, however some food should be avoided during pregnancy.

Unwashed Vegetables:

Vegetables are safe to eat. it is essential to make sure they are washed to avoid potential exposure to toxoplasmosis. Toxoplasmosis may contaminate the soil where the vegetables were grown.

Aspartame :

Aspartame is a calorie-free sweetener used in a wide variety of soft drinks, candies and food products. The chemical food aspartame has been linked with cancer , so the use of aspartame during pregnancy is not good. Try using natural sweeteners like honey.

Caffeine:

Caffeine should be limited to fewer than 300 mg per day during pregnancy. It is important that you drink plenty of water, juice, and milk .

Large amounts of caffeine are associated with miscarriage, premature birth, low birth weight, and withdrawal symptoms in infants. The safest thing is not to consume caffeine.

Raw Eggs:

During pregnancy it is important to be vigilant about raw eggs. Raw eggs carry salmonella, which can cause food poisoning. Severe diarrhea and vomiting caused by the salmonella bacteria could stress your baby and cause pre term labor. To prevent salmonella poisoning, avoid foods containing

raw eggs including:

ceasar salad dressing

mayonnaise

eggnog

cookie batter

homemade ice cream

hollandaise sauce

Unpasteurized Food and Beverages:

Pasteurized milk go through a special cleaning process to get rid of the bacteria listeria. which can cause miscarriage. Listeria has the ability to cross the placenta and may infect the baby leading to infection .

Refrigerated meat spreads should be avoided because it may contain the bacteria Listeria. Canned meat spreads can be eaten.

Avoid food items:

soft cheeses, like goat cheese, brie, and camembert

Mexican-style cheeses, including queso fresco and queso blanco

unpasteurized juice

raw milk

Fish High in Mercury:

Fish is an important part of a healthy pregnancy diet. They provide omega-3 fatty acids which can help build your baby's retinas, brain, and nervous system. Omega-3s reduce your chances for developing preeclampsia.

Methyl mercury can cause severe neurological damage and developmental problems in your baby, so it is important to avoid fish that are high in methyl mercury. Try limiting your intake of fish to about 12 ounces a week to maintain a healthy diet .

Avoid fish that are high in mercury :

tilefish

shark

swordfish

king mackerel

Fish exposed to Industrial Pollutants:

Fish from contaminated lakes and rivers that may be exposed to high levels of polychlorinated biphenyl. They can cause neurological disorders and fetal development problems. Contact the Environmental Protection Agency to determine which fish are safe to eat in your area.

Avoid fishes like

blue fish

striped bass

salmon

pike

trout

walleye.

Undercooked Meats

Pregnancy is not a time to eat undercooked meats. Undercooked meats can carry salmonella and toxoplasmosis bacteria. These can cause uncomfortable symptoms like nausea and diarrhea. They are also associated with miscarriage and pre term birth.

To be on the safe side avoid :

undercooked chicken, pork, or red meat

pates including chicken and veal

deli meats

smoked meats

sushi

raw seafood, especially shellfish

Alcohol:

There is no amount of alcohol that is known to be safe during pregnancy .Prenatal exposure to alcohol can interfere with the healthy development of the baby. Alcohol can severely damage your baby . Alcohol can pass through your placenta and prevent your baby from getting much-needed oxygen and nutrients. It can increase your child's risk of developing Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, an illness that causes severe mental and physical side effects.

Eating well balanced meals is important for a pregnant women.

You can also see these links

http://www.indiacurry.com/women/pre…

http://www.indiacurry.com/women/bel…

http://www.americanpregnancy.org/pr…

http://www.webmd.com/infertility-an…

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Response from: BALAJI SATHYANARAYANA,   
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Esha madam,

Visit the followng site - http://punarnava-ayurveda.com/artic… DIET DURING PREGNANCY

The nutrient rich soil of the mother¡¦s body ensures that the germinating seed receives optimal nourishment to develop into a strong and stable sapling. A well-fed mother will be able to feed her foetus all its requirements while accumulating reserves for abundant breast milk.

In general a pregnant woman should eat cooked, liquid, warm, fresh, organic MEALS CONTAINING ALL SIX TASTES of sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent and astringent in the right proportion. In the FIRST PHASE of pregnancy the stomach is squashed hence SMALL, FREQUENT MEALS are usually more digestible. She should avoid skipping meals, fasting and eating on the run or in stressful circumstances. A mother will also instinctually CRAVE TASTES to balance her and the baby. This especially manifests during the fourth month when the child¡¦s heart develops and the mother becomes known as ¡¥the one with two hearts¡¦ (dauhrudini). It is said that the child¡¦s desires are expressed through the mother¡¦s cravings and the baby will be healthy if their desires are fulfilled with JUDICIOUS MODERATION. Healthy alternatives may be substituted for unhealthy desires. For example a craving for chocolate which is acidic may be substituted for alkalizing carob. Sugar cravings can be managed with maple or rice syrup.

General additions to the DIET include whole grains, butter, ricotta cheese, paneer, ghee, moong dal, blanched almonds, honey, banana, dates, jackfruit, gooseberry, grapes, apples, raisins, fresh vegetables such as asparagus, okra, squash and milk. Milk is strongly advised but it should be un-homogenized, organic and boiled with a little ginger, turmeric, and cardamom to reduce mucus.

FOODS TO AVOID include fish, meat, alcohol, carbonated drinks, caffeine, onions, garlic, mushrooms, fermented foods, leftovers, heavily processed and artificial foods. Keep in mind however, that these general guidelines should be adjusted according to the individual¡¦s digestion and health.

THINGS TO AVOID DURING PREGNANCY:

„X Constipating, DRYING FOODS such as spinach, dried fruit, potatoes and bitter tasting items. „X HEAVY, HOT, PUNGENT OR FERMENTED (sour) food. „X PROCESSED, ARTIFICIAL FOODS, nutmeg, saffron and ginseng „X Overeating, IRREGULAR EATING or fasting „X EXPOSURE TO EXTREME EMOTIONS such as anger, excitement, fear and grief „X EXCESSIVE EXPOSURE TO POLLUTION AND ELECTROMAGNETIC ENergy including computer and television screens „X ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND CAFFEINE „X HOT BATHS „X EXCESSIVE PHYSICAL WORK „X EXCESSIVE SUN AND WIND „X Heavy, JERKY EXERCISE, weights, wearing high heels „X Physical and emotional STRAIN „X EXPOSURE TO SICK people „X EXCESS OF ANY TASTE. This can have serious repercussions on the baby¡¦s health. „X WEARING RED „X Rocky, ROUGH TRIPS or roads „X SITTING ON HARD SURFACES „X SLEEPING REGULARLY DURING THE DAY „X SUPPRESSION OF NATURAL URGES (such as sneezing or burping) „X SQUATTING „X EXPOSURE TO AN ECLIPSE „X LOOKING DOWN from a great height or into canyons „X VOMITING THERAPY AND BLOOD LETTING „X SLEEPING SUPINE with outstretched extremities as this may cause the umbilicus to tie around the baby¡¦s neck. „X SEX, especially in the first four months as it may harm the foetus or strain the mother. „X VITAMIN C MORE THAN 1000MG (1gm) per day and -Vitamin A (retinol) intake is dangerous for the foetus therefore should be avoided during pregnancy. „X Some ESSENTIAL OILS should be avoided during pregnancy including Angelica, Basil, Clary sage, Clove, Cinnamon, Cypress, Fennel, Lemongrass, Marjoram, Pennyroyal, Peppermint, Rosemary, Sage and Thyme. „X Avoid cat and dog faeces as they can contain a toxin called TOXOPLASMA which harms a foetus.

Most of the sites give the more or less same information and to avoid cumbersome, I found the above site to be more relevant and useful.

http://pregnancy.about.com/cs/consu…

ALL THE BEST AND GOD BLESS YOU

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Response from: Lathaa Manavalan,   
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A healthy, well-balanced diet is important during pregnancy. Fresh foods are safe to eat, however some food should be avoided during pregnancy.

Alcohol There is no amount of alcohol that is known to be safe during pregnancy .Prenatal exposure to alcohol can interfere with the healthy development of the baby. Alcohol can severely damage your baby . Alcohol can pass through your placenta and prevent your baby from getting much-needed oxygen and nutrients. It can increase your child's risk of developing Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, an illness that causes severe mental and physical side effects.

Undercooked Meats Pregnancy is not a time to eat undercooked meats. Undercooked meats can carry salmonella and toxoplasmosis bacteria. These can cause uncomfortable symptoms like nausea and diarrhea. They are also associated with miscarriage and pre term birth. Heat red meats to a temperature of 170°F and pork to 160°F. Hot dogs should a be well-cooked. To be on the safe side avoid: It is important that you drink plenty of water, juice, and milk. undercooked chicken, pork, or red meat pates including chicken and veal deli meats smoked meats sushi raw seafood, especially shellfish Raw Eggs: During pregnancy it is important to be vigilant about raw eggs. Raw eggs carry salmonella, which can cause food poisoning. Severe diarrhea and vomiting caused by the salmonella bacteria could stress your baby and cause pre term labor. To prevent salmonella poisoning, avoid foods containing raw eggs including: ceasar salad dressing mayonnaise eggnog cookie batter homemade ice cream hollandaise sauce Unpasteurized Food and Beverages Pasteurized milk go through a special cleaning process to get rid of the bacteria listeria. which can cause miscarriage. Listeria has the ability to cross the placenta and may infect the baby leading to infection . Refrigerated meat spreads should be avoided because it may contain the bacteria Listeria. Canned meat spreads can be eaten. Avoid food items: soft cheeses, like goat cheese, brie, and camembert Mexican-style cheeses, including queso fresco and queso blanco unpasteurized juice raw milk Fish High in Mercury: Fish is an important part of a healthy pregnancy diet. They provide omega-3 fatty acids which can help build your baby's retinas, brain, and nervous system. Omega-3s reduce your chances for developing preeclampsia. Methyl mercury can cause severe neurological damage and developmental problems in your baby, so it is important to avoid fish that are high in methyl mercury. Try limiting your intake of fish to about 12 ounces a week to maintain a healthy diet . Avoid fish that are high in mercury : tilefish shark swordfish king mackerel Fish exposed to Industrial Pollutants: Fish from contaminated lakes and rivers that may be exposed to high levels of polychlorinated biphenyl. They can cause neurological disorders and fetal development problems. Contact the Environmental Protection Agency to determine which fish are safe to eat in your area. Avoid fishes like blue fish striped bass salmon pike trout walleye. Unwashed Vegetables: vegetables are safe to eat. it is essential to make sure they are washed to avoid potential exposure to toxoplasmosis. Toxoplasmosis may contaminate the soil where the vegetables were grown. Aspartame Aspartame is a calorie-free sweetener used in a wide variety of soft drinks, candies and food products. The chemical food aspartame has been linked with cancer , so the use of aspartame during pregnancy is not good. Try using natural sweeteners like honey.

Caffeine: Caffeine should be limited to fewer than 300 mg per day during pregnancy. It is important that you drink plenty of water, juice, and milk . Large amounts of caffeine are associated with miscarriage, premature birth, low birth weight, and withdrawal symptoms in infants. The safest thing is not to consume caffeine.

Eating well balanced meals is important for a pregnant women.

Avoid fried foods, refined products, dry fruits, chocolates. THINGS TO AVOID DURING PREGNANCY:

„X Constipating, DRYING FOODS such as spinach, dried fruit, potatoes and bitter tasting items. „X HEAVY, HOT, PUNGENT OR FERMENTED (sour) food. „X PROCESSED, ARTIFICIAL FOODS, nutmeg, saffron and ginseng „X Overeating, IRREGULAR EATING or fasting „X EXPOSURE TO EXTREME EMOTIONS such as anger, excitement, fear and grief „X EXCESSIVE EXPOSURE TO POLLUTION AND ELECTROMAGNETIC ENergy including computer and television screens „X ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND CAFFEINE „X HOT BATHS „X EXCESSIVE PHYSICAL WORK „X EXCESSIVE SUN AND WIND „X Heavy, JERKY EXERCISE, weights, wearing high heels „X Physical and emotional STRAIN „X EXPOSURE TO SICK people „X EXCESS OF ANY TASTE. This can have serious repercussions on the baby¡¦s health. „X WEARING RED „X Rocky, ROUGH TRIPS or roads „X SITTING ON HARD SURFACES „X SLEEPING REGULARLY DURING THE DAY „X SUPPRESSION OF NATURAL URGES (such as sneezing or burping) „X SQUATTING „X EXPOSURE TO AN ECLIPSE „X LOOKING DOWN from a great height or into canyons „X VOMITING THERAPY AND BLOOD LETTING „X SLEEPING SUPINE with outstretched extremities as this may cause the umbilicus to tie around the baby¡¦s neck. „X SEX, especially in the first four months as it may harm the foetus or strain the mother. „X VITAMIN C MORE THAN 1000MG (1gm) per day and -Vitamin A (retinol) intake is dangerous for the foetus therefore should be avoided during pregnancy. „X Some ESSENTIAL OILS should be avoided during pregnancy including Angelica, Basil, Clary sage, Clove, Cinnamon, Cypress, Fennel, Lemongrass, Marjoram, Pennyroyal, Peppermint, Rosemary, Sage and Thyme. „X Avoid cat and dog faeces as they can contain a toxin called TOXOPLASMA which harms a foetus.

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Response from: Geetha Gopakumar,   
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In pregnancy, some food borne infections may be more serious for you and they may also affect your unborn child. You need to take extra care with what you eat as well as how you handle, prepare, cook and store food. Also there are some beliefs and suggestions in India abuot food habits for pregnant womam.

Eating hot foods results in overheating causing miscarriage. Hot foods include: Papaya, Banana, Coconut, Pineapples, Red Chilies, Eggplant, Okra, Jackfruit, Potatoes, Nuts, Meat, Fish, Chicken, and eggs.It is believed that over eating causes very large fetus, causing complications during labor. The white latex in the un-ripe green Papaya can cause miscarriage. Hence eating of papaya in any form is to be avoided.Also pine apple.

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Response from: Interest Blog,   
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Grapes are very hot, Jaggery, Papaya, Mango

Just anything which is hot is good to be avoided for first three months

Once you pass this quarter then, you can eat as Jaggery is good for Iron, Papaya is good to be saved from constipation

Avoid getting sick, fever can cause problem to baby as temperature goes too high, avoid getting cough and cold

Eat Sprouts, Apple, orange and all fruits.

Just avoid Grapes and Papaya this quarter.

And avoid medicines, I think they must have given Folic acid, don't take any medicine except what Doctor gives as for pregnant women they give selective medicine.

Good Luck

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Response from: Someswari ,   
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This is what my mother told me and her mother told her: Papaya, sesame seeds in large quantities, and any food that increases heat in your body. More than sesame seeds, papaya definitely should be avoided.

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Response from: Gayathri R,   
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the following foods should be avoided garlic, pineapple, jackfruit, pickles and all spicy foods. these all should be avoided during initial months of pregnancy, anyway it can be taken later.

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Response from: Sukhvinder Singh,   
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Simple rule that you should follow to avoid miscarriage is -

Avoid food that are hot in nature (like garlic, papaya etc.).

Also see the links below- http://www.americanpregnancy.org/pr… http://www.womenshealthcaretopics.c…

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Response from: babita ramakrishna,   
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papaya and pineapple and the foods which will give u heat to ur body

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Response from: supreah sawhny,   
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Hi,

There are few things one should avoid when pregnant... Papaya is one such thing. An absolute no- no is pineapple.

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