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    Mariahn -- I suspect you're right...common sense seems to suggest the baby would end up absorbing the caffeine from the mother. Better safe than sorry, I'd think...

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    I am pregnant and I love coffee, really LOVE, but I'm confused - is it right to drink coffee during pregnancy period? In the mornings... I love to hug my pregnancy pillow... and hold the cup of my favorite coffee...

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    We should make a list, during pregnancy:

    1. No coffee;
    2. No alcohol;
    3. No tobacco;
    4. No cats;
    5. No dogs;
    6. No household chemicals (fertilizers, detergents, ...);
    7. No lifting/stretching/bending/...;
    8. (I am sure you can add some more).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reggy777 View Post
    I am pregnant and I love coffee, really LOVE, but I'm confused - is it right to drink coffee during pregnancy period? In the mornings... I love to hug my pregnancy pillow... and hold the cup of my favorite coffee...
    You really should talk to your doctor about that.

    But, if you really-really want to drink coffee, in spite of the risks to your unborn child, then switch to decaf. You'll still get a little bit of caffeine, along with the comfort that holding a mug of coffee provides you. And . . . you won't need to constantly wonder if you're harming the baby.

    There's too many other (more important) things to stress over when you're pregnant.

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    Time for a joke... a little levity ... I'm an ol' guy... I roast... I started getting some heart arrhythmias. I went to my cardiologist. He asked how much coffee I drink a day. I said ... about 9. He said cups? I said, no Yetti tumblers. He laughed... I said "Please don't say none!" He replied with, you get one 12 oz regular and one 12 oz decaf a day. Drink more water. That will be $250. ...Priceless!
    Last edited by bigMoose; 04-11-2019 at 01:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigMoose View Post
    Time for a joke... a little levity ... I'm an ol' guy... I roast... I started getting some heart arrhythmias. I went to my cardiologist. He asked how much coffee I drink a day. I said ... about 9. He said cups? I said, no Yetti tumblers. He laughed... I said "Please don't say none!" He replied with, you get one 12 oz regular and one 12 oz decaf a day. Drink more water. That will be $250. ...Priceless!
    Wow! Is that a true story?

    If so, are you actually sticking to the plan? (12 oz. regular and 12 oz. decaf?).

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    It is a true story! I sure got carried away. A little more today than yesterday... rinse and repeat that a few times and you get up there. Keep going for a while and the body finally rebels. I learned my lesson. ... moderation! I won't go into the day we were perfecting roasts, cupping all day, and my partner got a new espresso machine. we were jumpin' for a while

 

 
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