What is hyperemesis gravidarum and how is it treated? How do you treat hyperemesis gravidarum in the first trimester? When will hyperemesis gravidarum end? Who is at risk for hyperemesis gravidarum?Read More
1 in 3 HG pregnancies ends in loss. Whether your loss is due to miscarriage, termination, stillbirth, or neonatal, HER is here for you. Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day honors the babies we hold in our hearts.Read More
We’ve reached a huge milestone! The HER Foundation has been Helping Generations for 22 years! Since 2000, we’ve helped over 2.2 million people in 95% of countries through our support, research, resources, and advocacy.Read More
HER’s Dr. Fejzo presented at India’s AICC RCOG North Zone Annual Conference 2022. The virtual conference had 1200+ registrations and Dr. Fejzo’s session was viewed by over 400 delegates. The presentation…Read More
What is the best treatment for hyperemesis gravidarum? What is the cause of hyperemesis gravidarum?
What is hyperemesis gravidarum and how is it treated? Is hyperemesis a high risk pregnancy? How do you relieve hyperemesis gravidarum?
Each year, the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action promotes World Breast Feeding Week from August 1-7. The 2022 theme is Step up for Breastfeeding: Educate and Support. While there are benefits for breastfeeding, not all HG survivors are able to breastfeed.Read More
The third Thursday of every month from 12-1 PM/Central, the HER Foundation hosts an Online HG Support Group facilitated by licensed professional who are also HG survivors as a service to people with a current or prior diagnosis of hyperemesis gravidarum (HG). These groups are facilitated by volunteers Sarah Coffman and Elizabeth Lowder, HER Foundation Advisory Council members and HG survivors.Read More
The HER Foundation is helping a second generation facing Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG). If your mother have hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) when pregnant with you or siblings, we want to talk.Read More
Thiamin (or thiamine) is another name for vitamin B1. It is a water-soluble, nontoxic B vitamin that is depleted within 2 weeks of not eating normally. Potentially life-threatening complications can develop for mom and baby if depleted.Read More
From access to quality health care to treatment in the delivery room, there is strong research and evidence demonstrating very significant disparities in medical care resulting in negative outcomes for BIPOC/BIWOC (Black, Indigenous and Women of Color).Read More