Oysters during pregnancy

Is it safe to eat oysters during pregnancy? No.

Although some websites argue that it's safe to eat oysters during pregnancy - the common recommendation is to avoid it during the 9 months of your pregnancy. Both the Centers for Disease Control and the Food and Drug Administration recommend that pregnant women only eat fish and shellfish that has been cooked to 145 degrees F (This temperature destroys any potentially harmful parasites and pathogens). If you love Oysters - cool, but it's better to stick with cooked fish and shellfish, including cooked oysters.

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