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Health & Fitness Bad News For Future Dads: They Should Stop Drinking 6 Months Before The Baby Is Conceived

11:30  15 december  2019
11:30  15 december  2019 Source:   gentside.com

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6 months of abstinence recommended before conception . According to the researchers, it seems that the alcohol consumption of future fathers is also a risk. The latter concludes that men wishing to become fathers should stop drinking alcohol at least 6 months before trying to conceive the baby

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Preconceived ideas would suggest that only alcohol consumed by the mother-to-be during pregnancy has an impact on the baby's health. But a Chinese study published on October 3rd in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology questions this belief.

6 months of abstinence recommended before conception

According to the researchers, it seems that the alcohol consumption of future fathers is also a risk. The latter concludes that men wishing to become fathers should stop drinking alcohol at least 6 months before trying to conceive the baby, in order to avoid the risk of congenital heart defects.

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Dads -to-be who drank in the three months leading up to conception were 44 percent more likely to have a child born with CHD than men who do not A new study honed in on this potential association and found that paternal alcohol exposure during the months leading up to conception has a

Compared to non- drinkers , fathers who drank during the three months before conception were 44% more likely to have babies born with congenital heart Of course, no one can predict when they might conceive . To be safe, Qin said, the results suggest that men should not consume alcohol for at least

This conclusion required the compilation and analysis of data from 55 different studies, published between 1991 and 2019, involving 41,747 babies with congenital heart disease, and 297,587 healthy babies.

According to the results of this analysis, the risk of having a baby with a congenital heart defect is 44% higher among men who drank alcohol less than 3 months before conception. Among those who drink in large quantities (five or more drinks per occasion), the figure rises to 52%.

Risks also for women

And of course, mothers are no exception: the risk is also 16% higher among pregnant mothers who had been drinking during the 3 months before conception, or during the first 3 months of pregnancy.

'High levels of consumption by expectant parents are dangerous and are high-risk behaviours because they stimulate the risk of heart defects in children while also destroying the parent's health,' said Dr. Jiabi Qin, of the Xiangya School of Public Health, Central South University in Changsha, China.

'The results suggest that when couples try to have a baby, men should not drink alcohol at least 6 months before fertilisation,' he added. As for women, 'they should stop drinking alcohol a year before and avoid it during pregnancy.'

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