Too much caffeine and sugar may negatively affect your pregnancy — and research suggests there could be longer-term effects as well. In addition, sodas can expose you and your growing baby needlessly to chemicals, while providing no nutritional value, and the research on artificial sweeteners is still ongoing.
How does soft drinks affect pregnancy?
Drinking it during pregnancy was linked to poorer fine motor, visual, spatial and visual motor abilities in early childhood (around age 3). By mid-childhood (age 7), kids whose moms drank diet sodas while pregnant had poorer verbal abilities, the study findings reported.
Can soft drinks cause miscarriage?
Women who consumed 200 mg or more of caffeine per day (two or more cups of regular coffee or five 12-ounce cans of caffeinated soda) had twice the miscarriage risk as women who consumed no caffeine, said Li. Women who consumed less than 200 mg of caffeine daily had more than 40 percent increased risk of miscarriage.
Can I drink Coke when pregnant?
Yes. Food Standards Australia and New Zealand recommends that pregnant women shouldn’t have more than 200mg of caffeine a day. A 330ml can of Coca‑Cola Classic contains 32mg of caffeine and a 330ml can of Diet Coke contains 42mg.
Can I take sprite during pregnancy?
Drinking soda during pregnancy. It’s okay to occasionally indulge your craving for a soda during pregnancy. But research shows it’s not a good idea to make drinking soda a daily habit, whether you’re having regular, diet, or caffeine-free.
What can accidentally cause a miscarriage?
There are many common reasons for miscarriage including genetic or chromosomal issues, placental problems, and long-term health conditions of the mother, infections, weakened cervix, and PCOS.
Can jumping cause miscarriage early pregnancy?
Miscarriage is not caused by the activities of a healthy pregnant woman, such as jumping, vigorous exercise, and frequent vaginal intercourse. Trauma causes miscarriage only very rarely. Stress and emotional shock do not cause miscarriage either.
What drinks to avoid while pregnant?
Beverages to avoid when pregnant
- Alcoholic beverages.
- Unpasteurized (raw) milk.
- Unpasteurized or “fresh squeezed” juice from a juice bar or grocery store.
- More than 200 mg of caffeine per day (12 ounces of coffee)