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Severe morning sickness is rare, not dangerous

11:57 AM, Dec. 4, 2012
Prince William's wife Catherine has been hospitalized for severe vomiting, called hyperemesis gravidarum, according to St. James's Palace. Less than 1 percent of all pregnant women are hospitalized for vomiting.
Prince William's wife Catherine has been hospitalized for severe vomiting, called hyperemesis gravidarum, according to St. James's Palace. Less than 1 percent of all pregnant women are hospitalized for vomiting.
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Britain's Prince William and wife Catherine are expecting their first child, but her severe morning sickness was attracting the most questions Monday.

The Duchess of Cambridge has been hospitalized for severe vomiting, called hyperemesis gravidarum, according to St. James's Palace.

While the condition doesn't typically endanger mother or child, "it is pretty miserable," says Kecia Gaither, director of maternal fetal medicine at Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. ...

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