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I have a cavity in one of my mercury fillings and considering leaving it alone and trying to get pregnant. Just wondering if any of you traditional food mamas know... Is high vitamin cod liver oil and high vitamin butter oil is safe to take while pregnant? Has anyone done this along with bone broths and healed a cavity while pregnant?

 

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Yes it is safe to take when pregnant.. Wapf recommends 2 teaspoons a day during pregnancy. I haven't healed a cavity when pregnant but I'm sure it is possible. I have a few cavities just now that occasionally get sore, When I take FCLO and BO the pain goes away.
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wap has a note to make sure you are doing the whole pregnancy diet and not just taking the fclo/hvbo.  I just looked at it the other day because I am pregnant. It says you need the arachidonic acid from the other foods to prevent problems that may come from consuming the fclo/hvbo by itself.  I've been nauseous and have been skipping the fclo/hvbo on days I cant get all the other foods down.

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