According to a recent study, women who drink too much caffeine during pregnancy can have an impact on the unborn child. To determine the effects of high caffeine consumption by pregnant women, experts looked at the health of women who became pregnant between 1959 and 1965, as well as the health of their offspring between 1660 and 1974.
The health of women who became pregnant between 2009 and 2013 as well as the children they gave birth to between 2017 and 2019 was also assessed by experts.
Researchers also looked into the possibility of complications for pregnant women who drank more coffee overall or more caffeine during their pregnancies.
Additionally, experts discovered that these women’s offspring did not have any diseases at birth. According to the study, pregnant women who consumed more than one cup of coffee or 200 grams of caffeine daily had babies who were slightly shorter.
According to specialists, babies born to mothers who did not consume any caffeine or coffee while pregnant were two inches taller than other babies at a young age. According to experts, pregnant women who consume a lot of caffeine during their pregnancies may have babies who are less conservative than those who consume less caffeine.