Foods That Cause Miscarriage

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Pregnant women who eat lots of crabs,tortoise, cat apple, aloe… can increase the risk of miscarriage.

While pregnant, women have to be careful withfoods eaten daily. The followings are foods that can cause miscarriage.

Raw or uncooked foods can cause miscarriage.

Rawor uncooked foods can cause miscarriage.

1.     Crabs

Crab has a high level of nutrients,provides a rich source of calcium that helps strengthen bones and teeth; it’salso a favorite food of many pregnant women when summer comes.

However, no matter how you love eatingcrabs, you need to limit eating them in the first 3 months of pregnancy. That’sbecause crabs can cause the uterus to shrink, which leads to genital bleedingor even miscarriage.

Besides, the content of cholesterol incrabs is very high. Pregnant women who have high blood pressure, Pre-eclampsia shouldn’teat crabs.

Crab has a high level of nutrients.

Crabhas a high level of nutrients.

2.     Tortoise

Have you ever heard about the harmfuleffects from eating crabs during pregnancy? Tortoise is good for the kidney, butit’s also fishy and cold, and able to remove tumor, clear the vein. So,tortoise has certain harmfulness to pregnant women, particularly, thetortoise’s leg can cause miscarriage more easily than its meat.

3.     Pineapple

Pregnant women in the first 3 months ofpregnancy shouldn’t eat and drink too much pineapple juice because this fruitcan cause contraction which leads to miscarriage; cause diarrhea or allergy topregnant women. The reason is that pineapple has bromelain which is able tosoften the uterus and produces aborticide. However, after this period of time,pregnant women can eat a moderate and sensible amount of pineapple.

In the first 3 months of pregnancy, women shouldn’t eat pineapple.

Inthe first 3 months of pregnancy, women shouldn’t eat pineapple.

4.     Pearl barley

The pearl barley contains lots of aminoacid that is necessary to the body. Eating lots of pearl barley can provide theenergy consumed because of the high temperature on hot days and improve resistancepower. For women, having a sensible amount of pearl barley can help them have abright, smooth skin, reduce wrinkles, remove freckles and brown spots.

5.     Purslain

The purslain is easy to grow, take care ofand find. It’s a herbal remedy and food and has cold nature. In fact, it’sproved that the purslain can make quite a stimulation on the uterus andincrease the time and intensity of the uterus‘s elasticity, which produce therisk of miscarriage.

6.     Medlar

The Medlar has an ability to excite the uterus and stimulate the elasticity.

TheMedlar has an ability to excite the uterus and stimulate the elasticity.

The Medlar has sour, acrid and sweetflavors that are very suitable for pregnant women with their morning sickness,but it’s not good indeed. According to documents, the Medlar has an ability toexcite the uterus and stimulate the elasticity, causing miscarriage andpre-mature birth.

7.     Caffeine drinks

In pregnancy, if women use caffeine drinksusually (coffee, tea, coke, tonic, soda, cocktail…), they’ll have a risk ofincreasing heart rate and blood pressure, which leads to insomnia and headache.Not only that, it also affects the fetus’s development, which produces the riskof miscarriage and premature birth.

8.     Longan

Longan is deliciousand has sweet smell and flavor. However, this is one of the foods that pregnantwomen shouldn’t eat. That’s because while pregnant, women often feel hot frominside and constipation. Eating lots of longans will increase the hot feelings,times of fetal derangement, bleeding inside, lower abdomen pain, or even damagethe fetus, which leads to miscarriage.

Longan causes hot flashes which is not good for pregnant women.

Longancauses hot flashes which is not good for pregnant women.

9.     Unpasteurized milk

The unpasteurized or fresh milk is milkthat hasn’t been through processing. It’s not popular in the market. In theunpasteurized milk, there’re listeria bacteria which can increase the risk ofmiscarriage.

10.  Greenpapaya

A lot of researches have showed that greenpapayas or not-really-ripe ones contain lots of enzyme and pus, which causesgestational contractions and miscarriage. Moreover, green papayas containprostaglandin and oxytocin that are essential substances to prepare for thedelivery. So, when the fetus isn’t old enough, eating green papayas can causemiscarriage.

11.  Aloe

Aloe can cause pelvic hemorrhage.

Aloecan cause pelvic hemorrhage.

Aloe is considered to be magical remedy forwomen’s beauty; it helps take care of all kinds of skin, prevent wrinkles andlose weight.

However, pregnant women shouldn’t drinkaloe juice because it can lead to pelvic hemorrhage or even miscarriage.

12.  Barley

Barley is a grain that is processed intomany nutritious products. However, barley can stimulate uterus’s smoothmuscles, causing miscarriage.

13.  Animalliver

The animal liver can harm pregnant womenbecause it’ll contain lots of toxic products if the animal is infected withdiseases. Besides, liver has plenty of cholesterol and vitamin A. If pregnantwomen eat too much liver while using drugs or other nutritious products, theycan have excess vitamin which badly affect babies.

14.  Foodsthat have plenty of vitamin A

It’s important to avoid vitamin A inpregnancy because it can cause bad effects and damages to the fetus. Pregnantwomen should avoid eating foods that contain a great amount of vitamin A(liver…).

15.  Processedmeat

The processed meat including sausage, pate,stuffed food… must be avoided during pregnancy. According to the latestresearch, eating too much processed meat can harm the fetus. In the worsesituation, it can cause fetal poisoning or lead to miscarriage.

Pregnant women who crave this food should onlyeat a small amount of it and take notice of the temperature that the food isprocessed in for safety.

Pregnant women shouldn’t eat raw or uncooked foods.

Pregnantwomen shouldn’t eat raw or uncooked foods.

16.  Uncookedmeat

The toxoplasmosis parasite is able to livein uncooked meat and cause some complication like miscarriage, stillbirth, andothers when pregnant women are in their first 3 months of pregnancy. You shouldcook meat well and carefully process foods to get rid of the parasites in it.

17.  Raw,uncooked eggs

Raw or uncooked eggs can be infected withsalmonella which brings trouble to pregnant women and their fetus. Salmonellacan go through the placenta and cause severe infection or even death to thefetus.

You’d better avoid foods including uncookedeggs like salad, homemade ice-cream, mayonnaise… When cooking eggs, you shouldmake sure that both of the egg yolk and white are well done.

18.  Cheese

Cheese is not really a safe food for pregnant women to eat.

Cheeseis not really a safe food for pregnant women to eat.

Cheese is not really a safe food forpregnant women to eat. Cheeses should be avoid during pregnancy, such as:cheese camembe, cheese rocopho, feta cheese, Gorgonzola cheese and otherMexican cheeses. The compound of those cheeses has some bacteria which cancause miscarriage. You should only eat cheeses that are made of pasteurizedmilk.

 
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