I really fancy eating curry at the moment, but I know it's one of the things that they suggest to people who are overdue to bring on labour. Does that mean that it could have a bad effect in early pregnancy? We had takeaway the other day and I ordered a korma to be on the safe side, but it didn't satisfy the craving for hot spicy food. Do you think it would be safe or not?
I have a friend who has just given birth, and she was told that Curry will only bring on labour if your body is ready for it. We cooked LOADS of hot and spicy curries for her to bring on the labour and she was still induced!!
I believe that spices have a beneficial effect on the body (turmeric is an antiseptic) and haven't seen anything to the contrary that would prevent you from eating spicy ones.. Personally I will be enjoying every spicy curry my darling husband cooks for me!!!
Curries are fine, I normally can only eat Korma and it took my DH years to get me to even try eat, now I can't get enough of them and korma is just too tame, DH loves this as he can't get enough of them. Enjoy it. XXX
No I wouldn't worry at all I made a nice hot curry (from sctatch I might add) for friends last night who came over for NY dinner it was lovely. I love curry If you want it I would eat as much as you like, I think its only gonna send you in to labor if your ready xxxxxxxxxxxx
ppl say eating curries as it it makes u go to the toilet and they think because ov this then it will bring on labour, its just an old wifes tale. and they say it would only bring on labour if you are over due so dont worry hun x
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