Being pregnant doesn't make it any riskier to eat raw oysters.

Anytime you eat raw shellfish there's a chance you could get something that's not good.

Oysters can carry hepatitis. If you get hepatitis when you're pregnant, you'll probably get sicker than you would otherwise.

But acute hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C are usually not transmitted across the placenta to the baby.

So it really just depends on how much you want to eat those oysters.

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