I ate like a pound of those things yesterday :) I didn't have any pain or bloating, so I think it's ok, but I guess everybody's body may react differently to it. It may be a good idea to ask your dr. about it. Best wishes :)
Cherries are safe to eat in pregnancy, but keep in mind that if you eat to much pregnant or not it can cause gas and the runs lol. I just made a cherry-blackberry pie the other day, and it was sooooo yummy!
You also have to remember that having gas is pretty normal for being pregnant. Your insides get pushed as baby grows. So eat all the cherries your tummy can handle, because they are an excellent source of Vitamins and minerals!
your definitely right about gas during pregnancy. omg i remember when i was pregnant if i overate i had HORRIBLE gas to where my stomach felt inflated like a balloon. fortunately i burped alot instead of something else hahaa.
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