Jeremy King

“Husbands and fathers need to understand that HG needs to be taken seriously. Although your family and friends may tell you it is just morning sickness, it is not, it does not even come close. The most important thing fathers can do is support the HG women in their life and be an advocate for…

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Kimber Wakefield MacGibbon, RN

Kimber has been a registered nurse since 1989 and began as an ICU nurse, then moved into medical technology, nutriceuticals, and medical-legal consulting. She survived HG twice, delivering a child in 1999 and 2003. Her difficulty getting treatment and dealing with the residual health issues of HG ignited a passion to eliminate the suffering and…

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Ann Marie King

“You feel so helpless, no one truly understands HG except those who have experienced it. It’s truly frustrating when doctors, nurses, family and friends cannot get what is happening to your body and how the dreams of a normal pregnancy with cravings and taking care of your baby inside by eating healthy and using no…

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