Will Treating Morning Sickness Hurt Your Baby?

Morning sickness is actually the most common medical condition that pregnant women face, and approximately 80% of childbearing women deal with it every day. ... read more »

Royal Birth Plan Still a Secret Just Weeks Before Due Date

The world is on the edge of the proverbial seat awaiting the birth of the royal baby. Prince William's wife Kate will be giving birth in just a few weeks, though few details about the royal birth plan have been released. ... read more »

Hyperemesis Gravidarum and Second Trimester Complications

A recent study published in BJOG claims second trimester hyperemesis gravidarum may be associated with pregnancy complications involving the placenta. While evidence backs study author claims, the editor of BJOG is not sold on the importance of the study. ... read more »

Pregnancy Complication: Hyperemesis Gravidarum

Nausea and vomiting can feel severe during pregnancy, but there is a difference between having one bad day of nausea and vomiting and having the more serious and life-threatening condition of hyperemesis gravidarum. ... read more »

Do You Share a Pregnancy Condition with Kate Middleton?

As I was checking my usual world news sites this morning, I was about to skip over yet another article about Kate Middleton and Prince William’s recently announced pregnancy when something caught my eye. ... read more »

Kate Middleton Says Natural Childbirth Is “Perfect”

Fairy tales are meant to have happy endings and that's exactly how the July 22, 2013 birth of Prince George of Cambridge can be described. ... read more »

Kate Middleton Uses Hypnotherapy for Morning Sickness

Hyperemesis gravidarum is a serious side effect of pregnancy that results in extreme nausea and frequent vomiting. ... read more »

NYC Charmed by Pregnant Kate Middleton and Prince William

Kate Middleton and Prince William arrived in New York City on December 7 to begin a whirlwind tour of the Big Apple. The ever-dazzling Duchess is in the second trimester of her second royal pregnancy. ... read more »

Can Vomiting During Pregnancy Hurt My Baby?

Morning sickness is a typical part of pregnancy but can vomiting too much hurt my baby? And when does vomiting become a problem in pregnancy? ... read more »

Morning Sickness Fighter Recipe – Grape Slushie

Many pregnant women suffer from morning sickness. Feeling nauseous all the time makes eating a nutritious meal nearly impossible for some. ... read more »

Extreme Morning Sickness May be Genetic

About 60,000 women are admitted to the hospital each year for extreme morning sickness. Morning sickness is a common symptom of pregnancy, ... read more »

Morning Sickness During Pregnancy

Some women never experience symptoms of morning sickness while others find they fight morning sickness for the duration of their pregnancy. ... read more »

Diclectin Treats Early Hyperemesis Gravidarum

Hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) can cause severe nausea and vomiting early in pregnancy. Women who suffer from the condition tend to be hesitant to conceive again due to fear of suffering HG again. ... read more »

Confirmed! Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Expecting Baby

After months of speculation regarding a baby for Kate Middleton and Prince William, the happy news was finally revealed in a statement on their official website on Monday. ... read more »

Ondansetron Not Associated with Fetal Side Effects in Pregnancy

Researchers from Denmark recently published a study into the drug Ondansetron, typically prescribed for pregnancy nausea and vomiting. The study used data collected by Denmark registries to review more than 600,000 singleton births. ... read more »

Morning Sickness During Pregnancy

In most cases, morning sickness during pregnancy will last until the 10th-14th week of pregnancy, though it may last longer in some cases. ... read more »

Hyperemesis Gravidarum - Morning Sickness and Pregnancy

Morning sickness is one of the first signs of pregnancy and can occur at any time during the day. If your morning sickness is unbearable you could have hyperemesis gravidarum. ... read more »

Hyperemesis Gravidarum and Kate Middleton

Today, Dr. Grunebaum was interviewed about the pregnancy of Kate Middleton the Dutchess of Cambridge. ... read more »

When Morning Sickness Becomes All Day Sickness

The general consensus is that pregnant women experience morning sickness during the first trimester and then the symptoms of nausea, lightheadedness, and vomiting simply disappear. For many women, this is the case, but what about the other women? ... read more »

May 15th is Hyperemesis Gravidarum Day. Who knew?

I was surprised to learn that Hyperemesis Gravidarum had a day to call its own and pleased that this unpleasant condition has been recognized as a serious problem. Here are 15 facts about hyperemesis gravidarum. ... read more »

15 Ways to Survive Hyperemesis Gravidarum

Hyperemesis Gravidarum is nausea and vomiting on steroids. It's awful - just ask anyone who's had it. It’s good that the condition is recognized with a day of its own. ... read more »

Preventing Severe Morning Sickness Before It Starts

If you’ve ever been pregnant, you’ve probably experienced some form of morning sickness. I’ve only had one friend who never experienced a hint of morning sickness. ... read more »