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Dear Kate
a letter from a fellow HG sufferer

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#101 JinksNewton

Posted 06 December 2012 - 10:11 PM

I should clarify on my earlier post. I said that I wouldn't be nasty to someone just because they were born into the royal family. I wasn't referring to Pru's article there, in fact it didn't bother me at all, I thought it was pretty sympatheitic. A few of the PP's in this thread, however, have been real b**ches.
I wouldn't wish hyperemesis on ANYONE. The end. No qualifiers about "oh but she is flaunting her wealth, so boo sucks to be her" I wouldn't wish it on anyone, I don't care how rich they are.
See how easy it is?

#102 LilMissMama

Posted 11 December 2012 - 09:11 AM

Hi Prue, thank you for sharing your letter. I too suffered from HG and have in two pregnancies which were not multiple births though so feel for you having to endure HG whilst carrying two babies. I am pregnant again and have morning sickness but no hospital visits as yet thank goodness but seeing in the paper about Kate certainly brought back a flood of memories of almost convulsing when vomiting and the cringe factor of the injections...it's good exposure having a mention in the paper as I felt no one understands HG unless they too have been through it and its not something I would want any women to experience so hopefully someone may find a cure as I did not feel the I.V meds etc worked either, it's almost like an allergic reaction to ones baby...all the best to Kate And Wills I'm sure she is in good hands

#103 Katia09

Posted 16 December 2012 - 08:34 AM

I didn't enjoy this article.  I found it to read extremely condescending, even insulting at times.

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