THE Duchess of Cambridge is likely to be on powerful drugs for her hyperemesis
gravidarum, according to an expert.
Kate, who is expecting her second child, has been suffering from another bout of the illness hyperemesis
gravidarum which she experienced during the early stages of her first pregnancy.
Jessica said: "Kate and William are both pretty terrified about the rest of the pregnancy after the hyperemesis
The royal was receiving treatment at King Edward VII Hospital for hyperemesis
gravidarum, an extreme form of morning sickness.
gravidarum is a rare condition which causes severe vomiting during pregnancy while other symptoms include severe nausea, low blood pressure and fast heart rate, headaches, lethargy or confusion.
William spent most of yesterday at the bedside of his wife, who is likely to be on a drip so she can receive fluids intravenously to combat the effects of dehydration caused by the condition known as hyperemesis
The Duchess is likely to be taking anti-sickness tablets and be on a drip so she can receive fluids intravenously to combat the effects of dehydration caused by the condition known as hyperemesis
gravidarum caused Natalie, 25, to vomit up to 40 times a day when she was pregnant with Eilidh in 2009.
gravidarum or severe morning sickness in the early stages of her pregnancy.
Adam may be suffering from cannabinoid hyperemesis
magazine she is battling with hyperemesis
gravidarum, the same morning sickness Kate Middleton suffered.
Kate has been suffering from hyperemesis
gravidarum - a severe form of morning sickness - but is due to visit Norway and Sweden with the duke on an official visit early in 2018.