i cooked myself a chicken kiev and when i was eating it i thought it tasted funny but i thought it was the salad with the new dressing i put on it! IT WASNT!!! i had already eatin half of it when i looked at the inside and saw it was RAW!!! i ran to the toilst and tried vomiting but couldnt get anything up!!!
I am soooooooooooooo stressed out if i have hurt the baby! i am 5 and a half months pregnant a would die if anything happend! i am going to start drinking water incase i do get sick tonight.
Is there anything i can do or have i realy hurt the baby!?!?!?!?!?!?
Hi lovely lady - please try not to worry. You've probably given yourself the cramps trying to be sick and panicking, rather than it being to do with the chicken.
The chicken would have to have been standing at room temperature or be out of date before cooking or after cooking to develop bacteria prior to you cooking it to have had a chance to do you some damage, (which i presume certainly isnt the case as youre obviously v. careful normally, and even if a bit wasnt cooked right through, some was meaning it probably got hot enough to kill any bcteria off anyway.
At 23 weeks your little munchkin can withstand pretty much anything in there - your body will process most probs b4 they get to placenta.
Poor you! You will probably be fine, uncooked or undercookedmeat carries a higher risk of food poisening but that doesn't mean you will get ill whenever you eat it. Also if you do get ill, it will be unpleasant for you but I don't think it would hurt the baby. I hope you feel OK, and keep drinking plenty.
eeek hope you're ok hun. I accidently licked a bit of raw egg off my finger the other day and had a full on worrying hissy fit about it but me and baby are fine. Its easily done but yeah we do all need to be very careful
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