So ok ever since i got pregnant all i want is spicy food nd im not talking bout jus jalapenos to me thats mild i mean HOT SUPER SPICY ..nd jus wanna kno if u ladies think its bad that i ate sspicy everyday literally. I always forget to ask the doctor nd also im 21w. Nd ive felt my little girl kik for 2 weeks or so nd today i havent felt anything so im jus worried :/
Try something sugary to see I she moves then. She may just be having a lazy day. Spicy foods shouldn't affect the baby. But I am not positive on that so be sure to ask dr about it. But I do know closer to edd they say it can send u into labor. Idk why but it's an old wives tale lol
If u google it or ask ur docter it wont affect baby at all , its just a wifes tale, theas only one problem if u dont eat it often and get diareha all the nutients passes through u too quickly for bubs to recieve thro placenta, hope this helps :)
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