Are you suffering in the aftermath of HG? If you are you are not alone. 4 out of 8 mothers who have suffered from Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) are still suffering after their baby is born. You are not alone, many mothers suffer in the aftermath and think they are alone and can't seek help, or told they are crazy and all in their head. We are to tell you that you are not alone. It's important to not just have a HG plan before you get pregnant but a aftermath care plan once baby is born, so you're not left alone to pick up the pieces and feel alone.
there are many symptoms you can suffer from in the aftermath. This is not a complete list below but to get you an idea of what can happen once your baby is born and HG is over and you're left with health issues.
Common Health issues in the aftermath:
-CVS ( Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome)
-Long term Chronic fatigue and exhaustion
-Chronic Vitamin deficiencies ( Iron, B12, Vitamin D, and more)
-HG causes damage to your teeth. Such as rotting your teeth, teeth crumbing, needing filling, crowns, and teeth pulled even getting dentures due to the acid rotting the enamel off your teeth, once this happen there is not turning back sadly)
-Leaky Gut ( Gut health issues)
-Hyperemesis that continues full force after baby's birth
-Postpartum during a Women's cycle can have HG symptoms during ovulation and pre menses
-Mast Cell Activation Disorder
-Muscle and Joint pain
-All over body pain
-Sensory And Stimulation issues.
_ Hair falling out
-Mimic of HG symptoms on birth control
HG And The Aftermath What Now?
HG Surviver Hard At Work, Come Back Soon Updating As Often As I can. Still Chronically Ill In The Aftermath.
-Starr Andrews Strong
Disclaimer: HG before during and the aftermath does not intend to dispense medical advice and should not be considered medical advice or counsel. If you have a question about your health or the health of your child please consult your physician. *If speaking with an HG crisis volunteer, we offer support and understanding. We will help you advocate, but always speak with your doctor.* We are not giving medical advice. The stories and information here are educational and of personal opinion only and should not be used as a substitute for medical help. You can contact us for questions or help with HG and for a personal HG support sister, advocating, and help with explaining to your doctor about HG. WE want you to know you are never alone and are here for mothers with HG and in the aftermath of HG. Information on this website is courtesy from The HER Foundation. The Her Foundation can be found at www.helpher.org. If any of our information is used we also credit the source.