Pregnancy articles & tips
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as long as it's passturised its safe but I think pregnant and breatfeeding women are meant to drink full cream or blue but not weaker then blue due to a higher need for calcium.
As BlaBla 152 said I think as long as it's pasteurised etc then any milk is ok but I guess the 'purer' and less additives it has the better. With my first pregnancy I went right off any kind of milk except the basic full cream versions which are probably the best kind. Maybe mention it to your LMC at your next visit?