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Not if it's made with raw fish.
Both the Centers for Disease Control and the Food and Drug Administration recommend that pregnant women only eat fish and shellfish that has been cooked to 145 degrees F. Cooking fish to this temperature destroys any potentially harmful parasites and pathogens (other disease-causing organisms such as bacteria and viruses).
Because your immune system is suppressed during pregnancy (which helps your body not attack your growing baby), you're more susceptible to foodborne illnesses, such as Listeriosis.
Eating raw or undercooked fish or shellfish could result in an illness severe enough to cause a blood infection that could be life-threatening for you and your baby.
Raw fish that has been frozen is not safe during pregnancy, either. While freezing can destroy potentially harmful parasites, it does not kill pathogens.
Stick with sushi made only with vegetables or cooked fish.
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