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iced coffee from Starbucks

I am 29 weeks and have not had any coffee while I have been pregnant I am craving an iced coffee from Starbucks do you think I will be fine so should I skip it.
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You are only allowed a certain amount of caffeine per day. I was able to order the iced decaffeinated coffee from Starbucks :)
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I think if you want one then treat yourself.  It's not like your going to have one everyday or that you've had loads of caffeine already.  I would
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My doctor told me it's ok, but I waited till i was safely in the 2nd trimester. Now at 16 weeks yesterday was the 1st time I had one a iced mocha frappé to be exact...I think I almost had an orgasm ...lol
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One coffee a day isn't going to hurt. But if you haven't had coffee in a while you might want to stick to decaf. From what I understand we are allowed 200mg or a 12oz reg coffee. Decaf has only 12mg per 8oz serving. So enjoy!
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Try an iced salted caramel mocha decaf :) I used to drink Starbucks like crazy. I tried a bunch of different iced decaf drinks and this one tops them all. So delicious. I had one this morning
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My treat today was a decaf venti salted caramel mocha frap ;) Mmmmmmm
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You are fine.  Go have one.
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Continues consumption over 200mg stuns the baby's growth.  One cup of coffee if you have not had any during your pregnancy is not going to do anything.  
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If you get certain types of frapachino  they don't have the coffee or espresso.
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So I had a small iced coffee and only drank about half it made my mouth super dry and I haven't stopped drinking water haha not used to coffee
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I drink it sometimes.. n I'm 31wks
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