Caffeine may also cause of Infertility

Caffeine may also cause of Infertility

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Caffeine may also cause of Infertility
Posted in 2018

Caffeine is a stimulant, found in different amounts, in coffee, black and green tea, energy drinks, some soft drinks, and in chocolate.
There is no clear proof that caffeine affects the ability to become pregnant, but some studies have found that women who drink large amounts of caffeine may take longer to become pregnant and may have a higher risk of miscarriage.
Could the caffeine in your morning cup of coffee affect your fertility? As long as you're not consuming high amounts, it's unlikely to harm your chances of getting pregnant. It's still a good idea to limit your overall intake, however. (More on this below.) 
The possible connection between caffeine, fertility, and miscarriage rates is frequently in the news, perhaps because of the research interests many women. A morning cup of coffee or tea is practically a tradition in the Western world.
Also, for those that hope to boost their natural fertility as much as possible, giving up caffeine seems like a worthy goal.
Some women, though, just cannot get through the day without a caffeine boost. For them, this hot cup of comfort can lead to feelings of guilt and worry.
What does the research actually have to say about caffeine and fertility? Is there any reason to feel guilty over just one cup of coffee?

What the Research Says 

All the worry over caffeine and fertility started after a 1988 study reported that women who drank about a cup of coffee per day were half as likely to conceive. If you’ve done any research yourself on the topic, you’ve probably seen this study quoted.
However, no study has since been able to replicate those findings. Not only have future studies not found such a drastic reduction in fertility from caffeine consumption—some studies have since found a slight increase in fertility rates.
One of the largest prospective studies on the subject included just over 3,000 women. Researchers looked at fertility rates in relation to coffee, tea, and soda intake.
This Denmark study found that...
  • Women who consumed more than 300 mg of caffeine per day (more than 1 cup of coffee) had similar fertility rates compared to women who drank less than 100 mg to none per day.
  • Women who drank two or more servings of tea per day were slightly more likely to conceive than those who drank no tea.
  • Women who drank soda were less likely to conceive in any given month than women who didn’t drink soda. Women who drank three servings of soda per day had worse fertility rates than women who drank one soda serving per day.
Based on this study, should you start drinking tea to conceive faster? Should you go crazy on the coffee? Are soda drinks now the enemy to fertility? It’s more complicated than that. We don’t really know why tea drinkers saw increased fertility and the soda drinkers saw decreased fertility in this particular study.
It could be tea drinkers tend to have healthier lifestyles in general compared to non-tea drinkers. It could be soda drinkers are more likely to have unhealthy lifestyles, or it could be there are other chemicals (besides caffeine) that are negatively impacting fertility in soda drinks.

Another study gathered data from published research papers to look at the potential dose-related affect of caffeine or coffee on time to pregnant for both couples trying to conceive naturally and couples in fertility treatment. They also looked at the risk for miscarriage based on how many milligrams of caffeine were consumed.

My advise
1...   Caffeine, Tea., cool drinks ............. contain coffeine
2..    Drinking of Coffee, tea, cool drinks may effect on your fertility and many parts of your body
3,,    I advise every couple who wants to have healthy child should not take more than 75 ml in a day.
4...   Drink glass of water before drinking tea or coffee or any other

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