I don't think so. Just might give you heartburn and upset your tummy. I went through a couple of weeks where I wanted jalepenos like crazy and my mom scoulded me every time she saw me eat them. But we're fine, baby is prefectly healthy.
This is my second pregnancy, ive always loved spicy food and put hot sauce on everything but even more when im preggo i ate everything super spicy with my first and theres not a thing wrong with him so go hard haha
I also crave spicy food! I don't really care for spicy food when I am not pregnant but this baby has me craving for it. I think if you worried you should ask your doctor because even tho many of us have healthy babies after eating spicy crazy foods we are all different. Our pregnancies are 100% different. I eat Texas Pete with my food because is not as spicy when I crave spicy. But if you worry have a talk with with your doc since she/he knows your pregnancy better than any of us. All we can do is giving opinions. Take care! :-)
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