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    If anyone would like to refer to this article, it could be helpful and save a trip to the doctor just to have the doctor excuse him/herself and dip into the office to pull up the same article on the computer. Even if they get that question all the time, this is probably the place they looked the first time they were asked the question. This is a two page paper on Caffeine and Pregnancy & a Table of caffeine content of foods and beverages found on The American College of Obstetricians and Gynocologists (ACOG).

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    Caffeine during pregnancy. While drinking large amounts of caffeine does not appear to cause birth defects, it may make it more difficult to become pregnant. It may also increase the risk of miscarriage or having a baby with low birth weight. Most evidence on the risk of caffeine use and pregnancy is not conclusive

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    Not a doctor, but had 3 kids and drank coffee through all three pregnancies. All healthy, happy and after some sleep training great sleepers

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    I used to be schizophrenic but we're better now! :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmyQuinn View Post
    I used to be schizophrenic but we're better now! :P
    That's just great. You might want to think about the possibility that some people reading that might know people suffering from schizophrenia. It's not something to laugh at. Oh, wait. I'm sorry. You weren't kidding..... That explains everything.
    Absurdity is the only reality - FZ

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    As far as I know, you can drink coffee during pregnancy. Let's not forget that the harmful substance that is unsafe to drink in large quantities is caffeine. And it's in chocolate and in tea, that pregnant women have hardly ever denied themselves. So drink to your health, just don't get used to the caffeine rate of 200 milligrams a day.

 

 
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