Kate Middleton’s Scary Pregnancy Hospitalization — Insiders Worried

Wed, December 5, 2012 11:36am EST by 3 Comments
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Posted at 1:58 PM on December 13, 2012  

Seriously. Millions of people are ill throughout their pregnancies and just because she the Princess, is the only reason why she gets a special ward for herself because she’s got ‘extreme’ morning sickness.

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Posted at 7:23 AM on December 6, 2012  

@Kate my mom had it both times as well but aboriton never crossed her mind and luckily she had a great job 911 dispatcher with great bosses. Kate has the best doctors in the world unlike working stiffs. severe ms doesn’t always mean a healthy pregnancy it can also put you at a higher risk of a stillborn or underweight baby due to prematurity ask Faith Hill she had it with her youngest daughter Audrey Caroline who was born at 6 1/2 months due to an amniotic fluid leak and weighed only 3lbs 4oz but now 11 years later is perfectly healthy

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Kate (coincidence!)

Posted at 11:49 AM on December 5, 2012  

I suffered from hyperemesis twice. It is a horrible and agonizing ordeal I would not wish on my worst enemy, but it also usually means a healthy baby. I was nauseated and dizzy 24 hours a day, even while sleeping, and vomited 10 to 20 times a day. I lost 15 pounds in the first trimester and was on drugs, which helped with the vomiting but did not lessen the nausea. Friends would suggest crackers and ginger ale. They had no idea what I was going through. Most women with HG have an abortion to end the torture and many lose their jobs because they are unable to get out of bed, much less work. She is lucky to have help, doctors and the ability to just rest, which is what I wish I would have had.

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