US Pharm. 2016;41(4):12.
Bethesda, MD—Research conducted by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Ohio State University suggests that couples who consume more than two caffeinated beverages daily in the weeks leading up to conception may have an increased risk of miscarriage. The study found that women who drank more than two daily caffeinated beverages during the first 7 weeks of pregnancy saw an increased miscarriage risk. The findings also indicate that the male partner matters too, as male preconception consumption of caffeinated beverages was just as strongly associated with pregnancy loss as females. Previous studies have drawn similar links, but researchers had not been able to single out caffeine as
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