1 MOM is 2 Many to die.
Maria was 34 years old when she died due to preventable complications of HG.
The HER Foundation launched 1 MOM is 2 Many to drive effective maternal health standards forward to optimize care and prevent adverse outcomes of Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG).
The HER Foundation launched 1 MOM is 2 Many to drive effective maternal health standards forward to meet the needs of patients and ignite progress through the amplification of women’s voices, education, and collaborative advocacy.
Together, we can ignite progress through education, collaborative advocacy, and the amplification of women's voices.
Learn more about the complications Hyperemesis Gravidarum can cause.
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HG predisposes women to many complications including malnutrition, sepsis, hemorrhage, preeclampsia, miscarriage, preterm labor, placental abruption, Wernicke's, PTSD, and fetal complications. Effective treatment can prevent these and other complications.
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Did You Know?
HG accounts for over 425,000 emergency and inpatient visits each year.
HG is the leading cause for hospital and emergency visits in early pregnancy, and the second leading cause overall, costing over
$3 billion annually, plus outpatient care and therapeutics.
1 in 3 babies do not make it to term due to miscarriage, stillbirth, unwanted termination, and premature delivery.