Caffeine intake and fecundability: a follow-up study among 430 Danish couples planning their first pregnancy.

@article{Jensen1998CaffeineIA,
  title={Caffeine intake and fecundability: a follow-up study among 430 Danish couples planning their first pregnancy.},
  author={Tina Kold Jensen and Tine Brink Henriksen and Niels Henrik Ingvar Hjollund and Thomas H. Scheike and Henrik Albert Kolstad and Aleksander Giwercman and Erik Ernst and Jens Peter Ellekilde Bonde and NielsE. Skakkebaek and J{\o}rn Olsen},
  journal={Reproductive toxicology},
  year={1998},
  volume={12 3},
  pages={
          289-95
        }
}
Fecundability has been defined as the ability to achieve a recognized pregnancy. Several studies on caffeine and fecundability have been conducted but have been inconclusive. This may be explained partly by lack of stratification by smoking. Furthermore, few researchers have tried to separate the effect of caffeine from different sources (coffee, tea, cola, and chocolate). Clearly, the relationship between caffeine and fecundability needs further research, given the high prevalence of caffeine… CONTINUE READING
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