The world rejoiced when Clarence House announced that the Duchess of Cambridge is expecting her second child, but unfortunately for Kate she is once again suffering from severe morning sickness.
The condition, hyperemesis gravidarum, made the early stages of her first pregnancy with Prince George so troublesome that Kate was admitted to hospital.
Characterised by prolonged and severe nausea and vomiting among other symptoms, hyperemesis gravidarum is considered to be worse than regular morning sickness, but it can be treated using similar medical interventions.
Significantly, many pregnant women experiencing severe morning sickness are also encouraged to try alternative and complementary therapies to help ease symptoms of nausea. Below we explore some of the most helpful.
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