With her third child on the way, it would appear that the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, has been experiencing some difficulties with her pregnancy. This has since raised some concerns since Middleton has experienced a condition known as hyperemesis gravidarum ever since her first child with Prince William. For her third attempt at pregnancy, will Kate be showing signs of improvement?
In a report by the International Business Times, the Royal Palace had revealed that sometime last month the Duchess of Cambridge suffered once again from hyperemesis gravidarum, which is a more extreme case of morning sickness that could last for the whole duration of the pregnancy. The Duchess of Cambridge is not exactly new to this condition, since she had experienced it during both of her previous pregnancies.
According to the Inquisitr, the condition causes pregnant women to vomit more frequently, and undergo a constant state of nausea. These effects usually lead to further complications such as dehydration and can last from a few weeks, or in some cases, until the pregnancy ends.
Due to this condition, Middleton was unable to attend certain commitments such as sending off Prince George to school, among many others. Fortunately, after two pregnancies of having hyperemesis gravidarum, Middleton seems to be handling the condition much better. It would appear that she has now gotten used to it, and is adapting much quickly to the condition than she had in the past.
Honey Nine has reported that Middleton is no longer experiencing hyperemesis gravidarum but is not completely "out of the woods." Before this report, Middleton has barely been seen in public after the Royal couple announced the pregnancy.
If everything goes as smoothly as before, Middleton will be giving birth in the Lindo Wing in St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington. The place is very luxurious and has a private ward, as reported by OK! The hospital is reportedly Middleton's personal choice. Princess Diana had also given birth to Prince William in the same place.