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Journey into the world of hyperemesis gravidarum...
12Jun 15

How to be an HG Hero Available for pre-order now!

How to be an HG Hero - helping children understand hyperemesis gravidarum buy Caitlin Dean

Since the hugely successful launch of my book on hyperemesis gravidarum last year I’ve been slogging away on another little project aimed at helping families battling the condition with children in tow.

How to be an HG Hero – helping children understand hyperemesis gravidarum, does what it says on the tin… aimed at pre-school and school aged children the book enables them to understand what is happening in their world and how they can take a proactive approach as a member of the family “team”.

Following a little child and his mum through an HG pregnancy it offers explanations of what is happening, enables discussion of concerns and worries and makes positive suggestions for children (and relatives) to help the situation.

At the back there are 2 copies of my HG Hero Certificates which you can cut out and present to your child, husband

The book is available for pre-order via my website shop now and copies ordered will be received on 23-24th June

I really hope you enjoy it and find it helpful, positive and inspirational. Don't forget to tell other people about it!

Thanks again for all your support of my blog and book over the last few years.

Click here to Pre-Order!

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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.

Previous award nominations

MAD Blog Awards UK 2015