Toxoplasmosis

by Cathy Parkes April 28, 2022 Updated: May 04, 2022

Toxoplasmosis is a teratogenic parasitic infection acquired by consumption of raw or undercooked meat, or by handling cat feces.

Toxoplasmosis is a teratogenic parasitic infection acquired by consumption of raw or undercooked meat, or by handling cat feces.

Do not garden or clean a cat's litter box during pregnancy, and be sure to cook foods thoroughly!



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