Research has shown that:
It’s recommended that women trying to have a baby or pregnant women, should not drink alcohol at all to keep health risks to the baby as low as possible.
Current general advice for people not trying to conceive is for both men and women is not to exceed 14 units per week.
If you’re pregnant or trying to conceive, the advice is not to drink alcohol at all
If you want to reduce or stop alcohol consumption, you can speak to your GP.
A fertility counsellor or coach trained on managing addictions can also help you.
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