I have been there. Writer's block stinks, but the best thing to do when you deal with it is just starting writing. Write anything. For something like this, you probably want to make it a little personal, so start with your personal story: when you discovered you were pg, when sickness set in, when you figured out how bad it was, when you discovered HER and the people here to help, and how your child(ren) is/are today. You can add in information later about meds people have to use or other methods of fluid/food intake HGers have to deal with. Just getting the original ideas down is an important first step.
Congrats for going for it! Having your work "published" like that is so exciting, even if it is scary at the same time!
HG 8 weeks to c-section delivery due to breech presentation--D&C at 4 months PP for retained placenta
Caleb's diagnoses = reflux, speech apraxia, dermagraphism, food allergies, high functioning autism, sensory integration disorder , ITP (remission)