Diet drinks may reduce a woman's chance of getting pregnant during IVF, a study suggests.
Would-be mothers who opted for pop with artificial sweeteners, or put sugar substitutes in hot drinks, produced poorer eggs and embryos, researchers said.
While it is widely believed taking artificial sweeteners is healthier than taking sugar, both options raised the risk of an embryo being found to have at least one deformity. Read more
Monday, October 17, 2016
Trying to Get Pregnant? Avoid Diet Drinks
A study has found that women who regularly consume artificial sweeteners reduce their chance of getting pregnant and increased the chance of birth defects.