Is it safe to drink sodas with caffeine during pregnancy?

Avoid caffeine! Avoid caffeine in pregnancy! there is a dose-dependent relationship (the greater the amount/dose, the more the risk) between caffeine intake and miscarriage risk in pregnancy.
No. Soda's are lousy food choices anyway. Excessive caffeine is not good for you or to a developing child. They are one of the biggest wastes of money imaginable. Water is perfectly fine! vegetable-based juices are also good, as well as skim milk. Fruit juices are ok, but have more calories and should be limited. The fewer foreign substances you put in your body when pregnant, the better.

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Can drinking caffeine cause my baby to have any defects? How much caffeine is safe durin pregnancy?

Caffeine. Drinking excessive amounts of coffee may lead to a miscarriage. Two hundred milligrams of coffee is recommended during pregnancy. Thats about the equivalent of 2 cups of tea or coffee. Read more...

Do I have to stop drinking caffeine in pregnancy?

Yes. It is recommended to limit the amount of daily caffeine intake to 200 mg, or, the rough equivalent to a 10 ounce cup of coffee. Read more...
Do you ? Do you? No. Should you? Probably yes or limit it to a small amount. Talk to your OB about their recommendations. Read more...
Caffeine & Pregnancy. Studies are still ongoing, hence caution & moderation are important when pregnant. For women of child-bearing age, the recommended daily caffeine intake is no more than 300 mg. (which is roughly two 8 ounce cups of coffee). Read more...
Things to ponder. An adult can easily metabolize the caffeine, yet it provides no nutritional benefit to the fetus. It triggers no birth defects we know of, but does rev up the fetal heart as a stimulant. At birth, when the cord is clamped, your baby looses your metabolic support and can take two weeks to metabolize the caffeine you do in a few hours. It is definitely not baby friendly. Get off before delivery. Read more...