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    30 weeks pregnant craving coffee..
    Octbia214 posted:
    Im 30 weeks pregnant i crave coffee alot. Is decaf good to drink or better than regular coffee?
    georgiagail responded:
    What does your OBGYN say regarding this?

    Octbia214 replied to georgiagail's response:
    I have never asked...
    georgiagail replied to Octbia214's response:
    Then it would likely be a good idea to do so.

    I suspect your OBGYN will encourage a limitation of regular (i.e., caffeine containing) coffee since the caffeine does cross the placenta into the baby. Whether he/she would agree that a decaffeinated product is fine we cannot tell you.

    The stance of the American Pregnancy Organization regardingcaffeine in pregnancy is outlined in the attached:


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