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J Lyngso et al, 2017. Association between coffee or caffeine consumption and fecundity and fertility: a systematic…

J Lyngso et al, 2017. Association between coffee or caffeine consumption and fecundity and fertility: a systematic review and dose-response meta-analysis. Clinical Epidemiology, Volume 9. Print this page ABSTRACT Objective: The aim was to investigate whether coffee or caffeine consumption is associated with reproductive endpoints among women with natural fertility (ie, time to pregnancy [TTP] and spontaneous abortion [SAB]) and among women in fertility treatment (ie, clinical pregnancy rate or live birth rate). Design: This study was a systematic review and dose–response meta-analysis including data from case–control and cohort studies. Methods: An extensive literature search was conducted in MEDLINE and Embase, with no time and language restrictions. Also, reference lists were searched manually. Two independent reviewers assessed the manuscript quality using the Newcastle...

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