“Moderate alcohol consumption seems not to be harmful to female fertility’
The moderate consumption of alcohol has no effect on fertility. Researchers conclude that drinking one to thirteen glasses of wine per week can’t hurt.
Danish researchers from Aarhus university studied for nine years 6.120 women with a stable relationship who were trying to get pregnant. The women wrote down their drankinname daily. 4.210 of them were finally pregnant.
Women who are one to thirteen 100 ml glasses in a week drunk saw no effect on their fertility, and all were within twelve months to become pregnant. 100 ml is the common volume of wine in a glass, in a bottle, on average, approximately 750 milliliters.
Drink more than that amount of reduced chance of getting pregnant with an 18 percent. According to scientists, there is, however, more research is needed in order to precisely determine how many glasses of the border.
The study, published in BMJ, took no account of the intake of the male partners: previous studies have shown that the drinking of alcohol is bad for sperm.