Question: can i drink cold drink in 14 weeks in pregnency
Answer: Avoid gassy/ carbonated cold drinks, especially the artificial sweetened ones. Carbonated drinks are one of the common triggers of heartburn. It can also lead to poor appetite, sluggish digestion, abdominal pains and cramps or even diarrhea. This can be undesirable for pregnant mothers as the growing foetus requires large amounts of vitamins and nutrients from the mother's body.
Instead of taking cold carbonated drinks, a pregnant women can take cold milk and dairy products that provide a large amount of calcium needed to build the baby's bones and teeth. Carbonated sodas contain caffeine, which in large amounts has been linked to miscarriage and also they are the source of empty calories only!