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I am 9 weeks pregnant
I am 9 weeks pregnant and i eat chinise munchirian which contained ajinomoto ,i was not aware it contains ajinimoto i just eat it once is it ok or will it cause some problems
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Not an issue as it's not taken on daily basis
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Don’t worry.once if you take it should not affect your health or the baby .take care
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Once a while no issues dear
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Avoid ajinomoto containing food in future
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Hello dear user if you take once a while it don't harm you but it is better to avoid in future and  eat healthy diet like milk and milk products  and greens like spinach, apples,  and avoid intercourse.
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No worries
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Once it might not cause any harm dear. Better to avoid next time.
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Try to avoid further and check for anomalies between 11 to 13+6 weeks in your NT scan.
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