Getting pregnant green tea

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Avatar m tn A huge group of women who were trying to conceive and having difficulties at it ( inlcuding myself) tried drinking green tea. Most of us got pregnant within the first 2 months!
628735 tn?1273879377 Ok, so did a little looking and green tea has a lot of caffiene in it. At Starbucks you can get a green herbal tea that is called "refresh" it has a minty hint to it just like green tea. Hope this helps...but being green tea is used in ALOT of diet meds/potions I would suggest staying clear from it.
Avatar f tn Most Dr's recommend a limit of 200mg of caffeine daily. Green tea should be drank in moderation. Although green tea can have health benefits when you aren't pregnant, too much green tea can inhibit your bodies absorption of folic acid which is very important, especially during your first trimester. Herbal teas you should discuss with your Dr.
Avatar n tn Any kind.
Avatar n tn Hi everyone. I'm wondering who has used green and red raspberry tea to help conceive. I'm not sure what the benefits are and if there is anything it could hurt. I'd like to try something natural. Well, it's CD10 for me. The cm is getting more plentiful and so is the babydancing urge. I figure I will o around the 24th or 25th. I really want to do everything I can to help increase my chances this month. If anyone has any other ideas, please let me know.
Avatar f tn There still is much research needed in this field to determine if women who are considering getting pregnant should be drinking green tea. Some even maintain that even drinking one cup a day still gives mothers the chance to reap the benefits of green tea but won’t affect the folate a mother needs. I guess just go with your gut feeling.
Avatar n tn Hi mommies... Just wondering... Can we drink green tea during the pregnancy... How many glass per day...can we consume...
Avatar f tn I thought I was pretty clear on things until I was told today that drinking green tea during pregnancy is a bad thing because it absorbs folic acid and prevents it from getting to baby, potentially resulting in neural tube defects! I read not to drink caffeinated beverages but nothing ever mentioned green tea specifically. For the last 3 and a half weeks, I have been drinking green tea (~ 2 cups a day) and am wondering if I have done any damage?
199284 tn?1200688850 over the last two years with out dieting (just cutting out ****) i have lost over three stone. I really belive that the green tea has been a significant part of this weight loss google green tea and weight loss to see what studies have been done. once you get used to it you will enjoy it as it is very refreashing drink but i think to get the benifits from it you need to drink more then onecup a day. Scientist say between 5 - 10 cups a day.
366581 tn?1207593759 I love green tea, but haven't been drinking it since ttc. It has lots of caffeine in it which isn't good for fertility or pregnancy.
Avatar n tn I think you can have green or black tea while pregnant they will only affect folic acid absorbtion if you take your supplement at the same time. If you like your caffeine in the morning then take your vitamins before bed. Just keep the caffeine down to one cup a day. Herbal tea should be cool but I would check there's nothing really weird in there like 'something-or-other root' that could be linked with problems.
Avatar n tn HI EVERYONE.. well i'm new to this, i just wanted to get tips on getting pregnant.. my fiance and i have been trying for 6 months and i am beginning to worry..
Avatar n tn For about a week, my stool has become more green. Now it's solid green color (forest green). Could it be a reaction to imipramine and carisoprodol that I take for fibremyalgia? I do not feel badly or sick. Thanks!
Avatar n tn The only thing I can think of that makes my situation different is that I had to have emergency surgery to remove some cysts - though this will be healed in a month and I was pregnant anyways so I cant see how getting pregnant again will affect this. I'd like to know if I really should wait that long?
4114400 tn?1349927531 o My sister is an herbalist and sends me a reminder of herbs to avoid during pregnancy every time I get pregnant because I love tea!
Avatar n tn Now I decided to stop doing that, and It seems like I am getting a light green discharge (along with yellow but they seem to be separate...) very often. I'm scared to tell my mom because she's going to haul me off to the doctor right away and I don't want my family to spend to much money for me. ( We moved and it REALLY wasn't cheap) The discharge also smells very wierd. I wouldn't say fishy, but really bad. I can't tell if it is coming from the green or the yellow.
225275 tn?1276961493 black tea like Lipton's, or green tea like Bigelow's, I think would be safe. The antioxidant properties of tea is good science, lot's of studies to back that up. I wouldn't really do it in excess on treatment though because it might be too much of a diuretic type of effect. I also would still only drink in as part of your normal fluid intake during the day, but not as an excessive type of thing.
Avatar f tn I just got back from my new acupuncturist, and he recommended me put ginger in my green tea. Thought I'd share with everyone. Infertility is a major heartache, and it may require going the high-tech route. But before you try a high-tech solution, you'll want to thoroughly explore possible causes with your doctor to find out whether there are lifestyle or other changes that you can make to improve your chances of conception. And while you're at it, consider some natural alternatives.
4194487 tn?1370049744 If I were you I would stock up on caffeine-free green tea and honey, and drink tons of hot tea! They won't want to put you on antibiotics in your third trimester, so controlling the cough will be about the only thing to do. Ask your doctor about cough drops and any other thing you can do.
Avatar n tn i'd avoid anything that calls itself a 'uterine tonic' - my understanding (and i'm not an herbalist) is that some of those can cause contractions. i was huge herbal tea drinker till getting pregnant, now i avoid everything except the occasional cup of green tea.
Avatar f tn I don't know if it can be any green tea...but i bought green tea with raspberry (for hot tea ) and it tastes ok. I make green tea and add a few squirts of lemon. I got pregnant 3 months after having my first knee surgery, so that kinda sucked. I had gained a good 20 pounds...then I gained more when I got pregnant. It's just been one surgery after another so i can't exercise much. My knee is still jacked up, so walking is the only thing I can do.
Avatar f tn i drinking lipton decaf green tea with honey and lemon im gonna go get the reg green tea with no flavor beczu its better that way
1098165 tn?1340760837 it's now wednesday and am still coughing pretty heavy....is there anything that can be taken safely while pregnant? i'm afraid to take anything. i have been drinking hot water, honey and tea and it helps very little. was going to buy halls or fisherman's friends but there's a warning for pregnant peeps to consult their dr...at first i thought it was my allergies but i guess not...my stomach and head hurt so much from it. hope im not getting a fever and that i'm not harming this lil guy...
Avatar n tn 5htp or sam-e would help with the anxiety and rls. Magnesium and calcium vitamin supplement along with theamine (green or black tea, or a supplement) in the evening, and a hot bath before bed will help calm you and help with the rls, plus help you get to sleep better.
Avatar n tn Its great not having to think about where your next bottle is coming from. It was amazing the amount of time I spent getting my dope. I was not getting high from it, I needed it just to feel normal. Now I feel normal with just 20 mgs of methadone a day and it is not the first thing I reach for. There are a couple of reasons I want off methadone.
4777693 tn?1386681919 Pineapple's work, along with orange juice, apple juice, green tea, milk (sometimes), anything with anti-oxidants, really. Mayhem cranberry juice?