How Much Caffeine Is Safe During Pregnancy

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jeniferlopez - August 1

According to the March of Dimes, during pregnancy less than 200mg a day is safer enough to be used. This view on pregnancy and caffeine is also supported by the study conducted by American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. It has been narrated that expected mother if take 200mg of caffeine in a day then she would to be prone to risk of miscarriage for about fifty six percent. It is advised to not take caffeine as it causes constriction in the blood vessels of the fetus thus blocking the normal flow of blood.

 

deenamathew - July 30

Caffeine is one of the most loved stimulants. Caffeine is a stimulant and a diuretic. Because caffeine is a stimulant, it increases your blood pressure and heart rate, both of which are not recommended during pregnancy. It increases the frequency of urination this will cause you reduction in your body fluid levels and can lead to dehydration.

 

NElizabeth - July 7

Ever time I take a sip of cola, or tea or coffee.. I wonder the same thing. How much caffeine is too much. I have been craving cola my entire pregnancy ( I never touched it before I got pregnant). Im really trying to limit it, but I want it so bad :(

 

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