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Doctor insights on: Decaffinated Coffe

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Is it possible that decaffeinated coffee have bad side effects?

Yes even: decaffeinated coffee can have side effects. But were there particular side effects you were concerned about? ...Read more

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I ordered decaffeinated coffee, but later found out it was regular. Is there something I can do to offset the caffeinated affects?

I ordered decaffeinated coffee, but later found out it was regular. Is there something I can do to offset the caffeinated affects?

Calming teas: Chamomile tea can be calming and reduce the effect of caffeine. So can passionflower or lemon balm tea. You should also sit or lie down and take several slow, deep, intentional breaths to help calm you as well. ...Read more

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Decaffeinated tea a diuretic?

Maybe: Depends on the tea, of course, but most decaffeinated products do retain a very small dose of caffeine (usually. ...Read more

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May I drink decaffinated tea before my cholesterol test tomorrow?

May I drink  decaffinated tea before my cholesterol test tomorrow?

Wouldn't: Fasting is fasting, unfortunately. Water would be fine, but that's it. Some herbal teas may have ingredients that could affect your results. ...Read more

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I know coffee should be avoided for heartburn. However, is decaffeinated coffee ok?

I know coffee should be avoided for heartburn. However, is decaffeinated coffee ok?

Probably not: While obviously decaffeinated coffee is caffeine free, it is still quite acidic and can cause significant irritation. ...Read more

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Can caffeine interfere with conceiving? And if so is decaffeinated coffee a better option?

Can caffeine interfere with conceiving?  And if so is decaffeinated coffee a better option?

See below: Yes caffeine can interfere with conception and has been associated with miscarriage with high amounts. Drink no more than 1 to 11/2 8oz cups a day. You can drink decaff, but beware that it does have small amounts of caffeine. ...Read more

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Can daily doses of vitamin c, selenium, & folic acid improve the body's defenses against hpv? What about a decaffeinated green tea extract supplement?

Can daily doses of vitamin c, selenium, & folic acid improve the body's defenses against hpv? What about a decaffeinated green tea extract supplement?

Lack of evidence: There is no peer-reviewed researched evidence to support use of these supplements to improve defenses against hpv. But eating a diet high in fresh fruits and vegetables especially cruciferous and high in beta-carotene may be helpful. ...Read more

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