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Hyperemesis Gravidarum in the Media

There has been a huge increased interest in the mainstream media about hyperemesis gravidarum in recent years. In large part this is to do with the Duchess of Cambridge suffering with the condition, but not entirely. It is also down to the hard work of the charity Pregnancy Sickness Support and other charities working to improve care and treatment for women across the UK and wider world.

My own work has gained increasing press, radio and TV coverage and below you can see examples of my work with the UK media.

TV Appearances:

This Morning, 9th September 2014


BBC Breakfast News 5th March 2013:


On the Radio

Woman's Hour, 20th April 2015

BBC Radio Scotland, 21st April 2015


In the Press

BBC News - Are women with severe pregnancy sickness being failed?

Independent - Morning sickness report: 1,000 abortions a year in Britain due to extreme form of illness during pregnancy

The Telegraph - Extreme morning sickness causes 1k abortions a year, study finds

The Telegraph - Morning sickness: The 10 myths that need busting

The Metro - Severe morning sickness? ‘Put up with it or get an abortion’

The Independent comment - No wonder 1,000 women a year are getting abortions because of extreme morning sickness. When I was suffering, my doctor said it would 'cure' me

For plenty more use this google search

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The Book

Hyperemesis Gravidarum - The Definitive Guide by Caitlin Dean

The Kids Book

Hoe to be an HG Hero by Caitlin Dean

About Me

I am mother of three beautiful children and wife to a fantastic and supportive husband. I am a nurse, a farmer and a trustee for Pregnancy Sickness Support. I love working hard and spending time with my kids.

About this blog

Information and support for pregnancy sickness and hyperemesis gravidarum. Views are my own and do not represent those of any other organisation. Information provided here should not be a substitute for medical advice. My aim is to raise awareness and encourage sufferers to know they are not alone.

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MAD Blog Awards UK 2015