Coffee Consumption Create Hard Pregnant Women,

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London: Coffee has many benefits. But in addition to the benefits there are also things to watch. For women who want to quickly have a baby seem to have to think twice to consume caffeinated beverages this.
A recent study published in the British Journal of Pharmacology mentioned, caffeine is a stimulant in coffee, damaging the transport of eggs from the ovaries to the uterus, Wednesday (25/5). Previous research has also shown consuming too much coffee can affect female fertility.
In a study of 9,000 Dutch women found drinking more than four cups a day cut the chance of conceiving by about a quarter, or 25 percent. However, as reported by the Daily Mail, the reason for this study is the relationship remains a mystery.
In this new study, the scientists do in mice and showed caffeine inhibits contractions of the Fallopian tubes are needed to carry eggs to the womb.
Stimulants can activate pacemaker cells in the wall of the tube. These cells coordinate the contractions in the tube move eggs to the uterus. This study indicates contraction play a greater role in the transport of eggs from the hair-like cilia lining the walls of the oviduct.
Study leader Professor Sean Ward, of the University of Nevada, Reno, USA, said: These findings further explain why drinking caffeinated can reduce a woman’s chance of getting pregnant. It provides a compelling explanation of why women with high caffeine consumption often take longer to conceive than women who do not consume caffeine.
This research may also help doctors treat pelvic inflammation and sexually transmitted diseases. Another benefit could be improved understanding of ectopic pregnancy, a condition that is painful and potentially life-threatening to produce embryos that develop within the oviduct. Ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy, but the fetus is not attached to the wall of the uterus, but outside these walls. (MEL)

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