Can pregnant mother drink tea after pregnancy? Talk about three drinks that are harmful to the fetus and pregnant women

With the acceleration of the pace of life, many people like to drink some coffee and tea to refresh themselves. Some even say that if they don’t drink coffee and tea one day, they will feel uncomfortable. < / P > < p > there are white-collar female friends around me who confide in me the pain of not being able to drink coffee after pregnancy. It seems that they have to fight with themselves every day. They even suggested that pregnant women should drink less coffee so that there would be no problem? < / P > < p > as a mother of two, I also experienced the pain of wanting to drink a drink during pregnancy. I remember that when Huai Dabao was seven or eight months old, Dou Ma wanted to drink green tea every day. She once wanted to eat tea, because I had the habit of drinking tea before, and I gave up drinking tea after pregnancy. Later, when I really want to drink, I also secretly drink less light tea. Fortunately, it was the third trimester of pregnancy, and the baby was healthy after birth. < / P > < p > as we all know, caffeine is an important component in coffee beans, and its content is about 1% ~ 2.5%. This substance can stimulate the central nervous system, heart and respiratory system, promote the secretion of digestive juice. In addition, because it can promote kidney function, it also has diuretic effect. < / P > < p > a study has shown that caffeine intake of more than 6 units during pregnancy can significantly reduce the birth weight of the fetus and has a negative effect on the length of the fetus. That is, drinking coffee during pregnancy affects the growth and development of the fetus. < / P > < p > and studies have found that the risk of stillbirth increases with the number of cups of coffee that pregnant women drink each day. Compared with women who never drank coffee, pregnant women who drank four to seven cups of coffee a day had an 80% increased risk of stillbirth. Women who drank more than eight cups of coffee a day had a more than threefold risk of stillbirth. That is to say, drinking coffee during pregnancy can significantly increase the risk of stillbirth and infant death. < / P > < p > at the same time, a new study shows that pregnant women who drink only two cups of coffee a day have a 60% increased risk of developing leukemia in the future. Drinking coffee during pregnancy significantly increases the risk of childhood leukemia. < / P > < p > first of all, pregnant women can drink tea, but they can’t drink more. In addition, some tea is not suitable for pregnant women. Pregnant women should grasp three points in drinking tea. Tea contains tannin, theophylline, caffeine and other substances, especially tannic acid, which can combine with iron to form a complex that can not be absorbed by the body, which hinders the absorption of iron by pregnant women. Therefore, if excessive drinking of strong tea, there is a risk of pregnancy anemia, the fetus may also suffer from congenital iron deficiency anemia. < / P > < p > because black tea contains 2% to 5% caffeine, it has the same effect as coffee. Therefore, drinking a large number of black tea, will cause the excitement of pregnant mothers, lead to increased fetal movement, and then affect the development of the fetus. < / P > < p > in the early pregnancy, it is suggested that pregnant women should try to reduce the intake of tea. At the end of pregnancy, they can relax a little bit. After all, tea has an exciting effect. Because green tea contains vitamin C, zinc and other beneficial ingredients, it is beneficial to strengthen heart and kidney function, promote blood circulation, help digestion, prevent pregnancy edema and promote fetal growth and development. As we all know, honey and royal jelly have the functions of beautifying, defecating and moistening the intestines. However, after pregnancy, royal jelly is not suitable for pregnant women. < p > < p > because royal jelly contains hormones, mainly estradiol, testosterone and progesterone. These hormones can stimulate the uterus, cause uterine contraction, interfere with the normal development of the fetus, and even affect the fetal reproductive system. In addition to the above three kinds of drinks that are not suitable for pregnant women, carbonated drinks, milk tea and cold water taken from the refrigerator are also not suitable for pregnant women. You can play with mobile phones during pregnancy, but these four methods of “hurting your fetus” are not advisable. Be careful of the damage to Taibao