More than Morning Sickness

When the morning sickness doesn’t go away, hyperemesis gravidarum could be at play. Registered nurse, lactation consultant and childbirth educator Samantha Crompton explains exactly what this condition is and how to treat it. “I was very excited when I found out I was pregnant with my first daughter. Sadly, that excitement was very soon replaced with nausea and vomiting that lasted all day. It started at about the same time that I began to suspect that I was pregnant and worsened as my pregnancy advanced,” says Donna Matthews. Most pregnant women only experience mild forms of morning sickness during...

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