Is it ok to eat ham during pregnancy?
All pork meat is fine to eat while pregnant. Just ensure that it is fully cooked as well as red meats (steak) no blood should be present. This is a safeguard for you and your baby. No under-cooked meat and careful with seafood. Broiled, Steamed and grilled are the only choices you should make at this time. Safety is best. Right?
This is a difficult question to answer, sliced ham should not be soft and mushy, so it is perhaps better not to eat it. However if the ham has been cooked properly and stored in a cool place since being cooked (and if it is from a shop, is still within is use by date) it should be OK to eat. It may be that it had too much water in it when it was…
If your youngest child is 5 months old can that be the reason you are cramping so much during this pregnancy?
Yes it is very possible to bleed during early pregnancy. This kind of bleeding is usually spotting or very light and is referred to a early pregnancy bleeding. But all pregnancy bleeding that is red in colour does need to be investigated by your doctor to make sure the foetus is viable and doing ok.