hyperemesis gravidarum


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hy·per·em·e·sis grav·i·dar·um

 (hī′pər-ĕm′ĭ-sĭs grăv′ĭ-dâr′əm)
n.
Severe, intractable vomiting during pregnancy, usually in the first trimester.
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Noun1.hyperemesis gravidarum - hyperemesis during pregnancy; if severe it can result in damage to the brain and liver and kidney
hyperemesis - severe and excessive vomiting
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hyperemesis gravidarum

n (obst) hiperemesis gravídica, estado grave de náuseas y vómitos que aparece en etapas tempranas del embarazo
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Women with hyperemesis gravidarum usually require frequent hospital admissions and treatment with antiemetics, correction of fluid and electrolyte imbalances and gradual introduction of fluids and food (5).
Fantz et al (1) describe a case of hyperthyroidism of hyperemesis gravidarum. They discuss the changes in thyroid function during pregnancy and the causes and investigations of hyper- and hypothyroidism during pregnancy.
Hyperemesis gravidarum; pregnancy complications; hyperthyroidism.
Assessment of anxiety and depression levels of pregnant women with hyperemesis gravidarum in a casecontrol study.
Meanwhile, Middleton suffered from hyperemesis gravidarum in her other two pregnancies with Prince George and Prince Louis.
The 32-year-old suffers from a severe form of morning sickness called hyperemesis gravidarum, which only effects a small portion of pregnant women.
And while Marlon is sad that Paddy is moving in with Chas, she is diagnosed with Hyperemesis Gravidarum - that's excessive nausea and vomiting for those without a degree in medicine.
As with her first pregnancy, the Duchess, 32, is suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum - acute morning sickness.
Hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) is a severe form of nausea and vomiting that affects 0.3-3% of pregnancies [1].
There had been speculation that she might be carrying twins as hyperemesis gravidarum is more often experienced by women expecting twins.
The Duchess has been suffering from a rare form of pregnancy sickness known as hyperemesis gravidarum, that causes long bouts of nausea and vomiting.
She has hyperemesis gravidarum, extreme vomiting which usually strikes between weeks six to eight of pregnancy.