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HG Support for Mother's & Families

The number of support options to find other's who understand the challenges of HG is growing. Many have online areas for discussion and e-mail addresses so mothers around the world can benefit. The sites listed below are sorted by the country of their headquarters, but you may contact any of them. If you find one we missed, feel free to e-mail us their contact information at webmaster@helpher.org.

United States


  • Motherisk (800-436-8477):
    Counsels on managing nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, and safety or risk of drugs, chemicals and disease during pregnancy and lactation.

International HG Support

Online Discussions

Abortion/Therapeutic Termination

General Support for Mother's

  • Mothers and More:
    Support for working mothers
  • MOPS:
    Mothers of preschoolers
  • Mom's Club:
    International Support Group
  • Look in local parenting newspapers (check at toy stores and family restaurants) for support groups.

Updated on: Aug. 13, 2015

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