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Monday, April 23, 2018

IS GREEN TEA OKAY IN PREGNANCY?

Some sources claim green tea may possibly increase the chance of pregnancy loss because the tannins could have a negative effect on a developing embryo by constricting blood vessel formation (although I was unable to find scientific research to support an association between green tea and
pregnancy loss). The tannins may also interfere with iron absorption. Since green tea has a number of health benefits unrelated to fertility, I included it in my diet. I drank mint flavored decaffeinated green tea when I was experiencing morning sickness after I conceived my daughter (this was before I knew of any possible association with miscarriage), but obviously it didn’t hurt my pregnancy.
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I always recommend that women check with their doctor if they are pregnant before taking any herbal preparations.  I seriously doubt drinking green tea in moderation would have a negative impact on your pregnancy - especially if it is decaffeinated.

Click here to read the full article on green tea for fertility and pregnancy (getpregnantover40.com)

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