What effect does caffeine have on fertility and in pregnancy?
Some studies have found a link between high levels of caffeine consumption in women and a delay in conceiving. Those who consumed more than 300mg of caffeine per day – the equivalent of two cups of fresh coffee (see below) – were more likely to have a delay in conceiving. It is still unclear whether it is safe to consume caffeine before and during pregnancy and, if so, in what quantities. As a precaution, you should aim
There is also some evidence to suggest that drinking large amounts of caffeine during pregnancy may increase the risk of miscarriage.
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