Vicky, 38, from Birmingham, had been pregnant three times and suffered from hyperemesis, or extreme morning sickness, each time.Here she tells what is like to suffer from hyperemesis – excessive vomiting and nausea – during pregnancy.'I hadn't planned to have more children after ...
's wellbeing as long as you're able to keep some food down, and drink plenty of fluids.Excessive vomiting in pregnancy is known as hyperemesis gravidarum, and this is when you are unable to keep down any food and water, often requiring hospitalisation.
As news continues to break about the Duchess of Cambridge's pregnancy, the strong sickness that Kate is suffering has prompted talk that she could be carrying twins. The Duchess is suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, a health condition said
% of cases, the symptoms are so severe, women can’t keep anything down, either food or fluids. This is called hyperemesis gravidarum and needs medical treatment as it can cause dehydration.Will morning sickness harm my unborn baby?Absolutely not. If your baby
of hyperemesis gravidarum, so will be glad to be moving into what is sometimes referred to as the 'blooming' phase of pregnancy. So, what can mum-to-be Kate expect as a birthday gift from her adoring hubby? A source told the Evening Standard: "William has
We’ve all seen those scenes in the movies where a newly expectant mum makes a dramatic dash for the loo over breakfast as morning sickness strikes. But while mildly entertaining, this experience is far from the reality of nausea gravidarum, to give
tell your midwife and seek medical help immediately if it becomes severe. Frequent, continuous vomiting Could be a sign of a condition called hyperemesis gravidarum, which needs medical treatment to prevent you getting seriously dehydrated. Severe