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Mouldy blueberries

(7 Posts)
AnUtterIdiot Mon 24-Apr-17 10:27:16

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User7654 Mon 24-Apr-17 10:33:14

You'll be fine OP smile

Easy to worry in the early stages!

Congratulations flowers

AnUtterIdiot Mon 24-Apr-17 10:36:02

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AssassinatedBeauty Mon 24-Apr-17 10:42:50

One mouldy blueberry isn't going to make you ill, it'll just have been a bit unpleasant to eat. There's no way you could have affected the baby at all, but I can understand what making you worry.

FanaticalFox Mon 24-Apr-17 12:24:01

Aww OP no don't worry!!

OnGoldenPond Mon 24-Apr-17 17:57:30

Don't worry OP - there's very little associated with fruit & veg that can give you food poisoning as the normal moulds etc that grow on them aren't pathogenic to humans. It's stuff of animal origin that causes problems or contamination from faecal matter etc. <<finally that microbiology degree came in useful! smile>>

Sorry about your previous loss. Try to relax and enjoy this pregnancy you will be fine angryflowers

m33r Mon 24-Apr-17 21:47:06

Sorry for previous loss. I drank mouldy organge juice and asked my GP About it and she said it would totally fine. I imagine it's the same thing so nothing for you to worry about. X

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