My 1st thought was B.S. Venison is one of the leanest meats out there, and any doctor will tell a woman she shouldn't gain very much during her pregnancy. I agree with whoever wrote there's no chemicals, etc in the meat...and yeah, the animal could have been diseased/sick/whatever you wanna call it...but wouldn't that affect everybody eating it? And wouldn't you notice or the butcher at the very least if you don't process it yourself? Just an observation...me personally, I'd wouldn't even give ita 2nd thought.
Pregnant women are more susceptible to disease due to normal changes of pregnancy. The risk for pregnant women is in eating undercooked venison that could lead to toxoplasmosis.
Why don't you just do what the doctor advises? He/she might have a little knowledge on the subject.
By the way, I am a board certified internist and nephrologist.