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Is it safe to eat Swiss cheese while pregnant?

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2005-10-01 14:59:49
2005-10-01 14:59:49

Hello, My wife ate Swiss chesse when she was pregnanat and no problems occured. I have never heard of it ever being a problem however in relation to cheese generally I have seen warning labels on a small number of French / Swiss cheeses recently sold in the UK which are a speciality as they are unpasteurised and hence a risk if pregnant. So as long as you avoid unpasteurised cheese you should be fine. Paul

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