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More Resources

Beyond Morning Sickness (www.BeyondMorningSickness.com)

Pregnancy Sickness Support (www.pregnancysicknesssupport.org.uk/)

You may still have questions after reading our site, or you may want to do more online research on your own. We have listed additional resources with information related to hyperemesis, as well as other topics that may help you. Places to find definitions of medical terms or review medical research studies are also listed for your reference.

New books by women who have survived HG have been added as well.

We also have two extra pages of non-research related links:

Hyperemesis Books:

Mama Has Hyperemesis Gravidarum (But Only For A While) Mama Has Hyperemesis Gravidarum (But Only For A While) by Ashli McCall
A book that is specifically written for the children who endure HG by watching their mommy's suffer. From the author of Beyond Morning Sickness, Ashli McCall has written this wonderful book about explaining HG to your children. Order your's today! We have limited quantities and they are going fast!
Beyond Morning Sickness: Battling Hyperemesis Gravidarum by Ashli McCall Beyond Morning Sickness: Battling Hyperemesis Gravidarum by Ashli McCall
Beyond Morning Sickness is a convenient source of helpful information for those suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum and for the people who care for them. The book consists of medical information and personal stories.
The Proving Grounds by Barbara Mangini The Proving Grounds by Barbara Mangini
The Proving Grounds is a masterpiece of suspense and suffering, and instructive education framed by inspiration and a spirit of courage. The Proving Grounds is fiction inspired by author Barbara Mangini's true story of her own battle with the pregnancy-related illness Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG).
Body Mutiny: Surviving Nine Months of Extreme Morning Sickness by Jenna Schmitt Body Mutiny: Surviving Nine Months of Extreme Morning Sickness by Jenna Schmitt
In a powerful mix of poetry and prose, she takes you through 40 harrowing weeks of a hyperemesis pregnancy.
The Good, The Bad, The Blessing by Camilla Harris-Butler The Good, The Bad, The Blessing by Camilla Harris-Butler
Designed to give anyone that is willing to read a birds eye view of her experience with pregnancy. From a positive pregnancy test, to a severe rare morning sickness, and realizing post-partum depression, this book will intertwine you into the depths of her struggle and how she coped and overcame Hyperemesis Gravidarum.
Morning Sickness 24/7: Fifty Ways to Help Cope With Hyperemesis Gravidarum by Tabby L. Silcott Morning Sickness 24/7: Fifty Ways to Help Cope With Hyperemesis Gravidarum by Tabby L. Silcott
Morning Sickness 24/7 provides the reader with 50 strategies to help cope with this illness. It brings hope and insight to help conquer the fight against HG. Testimonies from true HG survivors are included to help bring support and validation to the mother's experience. Tips for the caregiver can also be found to bring guidance to those family members and friends who feel helpless while watching their loved one suffer.
Managing Morning Sickness: A Survival Guide for Pregnant Women by Miriam Erick Managing Morning Sickness: A Survival Guide for Pregnant Women by Miriam Erick
No More Morning Sickness was the first book devoted solely to helping women understand and counteract the effects of this ailment. Based on the author's work with thousands of women, this new edition presents a decade's worth of information and experience that makes it the most up-to-date resource in the field. Included are remedies, nutritional guidelines, and recipes.
Surviving Miscarriages (My Journey to Wholeness) by Sharron Thomas Surviving Miscarriages (My Journey to Wholeness) by Sharron Thomas
This book looks into breaking my personal silence of surviving 4 miscarriages and 6 heartwrenching pregnancies. I hope through my words you will be encouraged to journey into your own healing from loss.

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Updated on: Apr. 18, 2013

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