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Help mothers & babies survive HG!

Anticipating the birth of a child is usually a joyous event, where family and friends support and celebrate the expectant mother. Women look forward to baby showers, hearing the heartbeat, seeing the ultrasounds, decorating the nursery… But for thousands of women, the thought of pregnancy can be terrifying. Women who have suffered during pregnancy with HG (Hyperemesis Gravidarum) have very few places to turn for guidance, help, referrals, and comfort.

The HER FOUNDATION was founded in 2003 by three HG survivors and is the leading source of information on HG. They endured the pain and uncertainty of a pregnancy with HG, very sick and barely eating for months, and decided to provide a resource for others through their non-profit organization.

  • HER expands the knowledge of health professionals treating HG.
  • HER improves the care of HG moms by creating management tools.
  • HER leads the research on HG & discovered 1st genes related to HG.

Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) is a debilitating and potentially life-threatening pregnancy disease that may cause weight loss, malnutrition, and dehydration due to severe nausea and/or vomiting with potential adverse consequences for the mom-to-be and her newborn(s). It is a leading cause of hospitalization during pregnancy, as well as prematurity and infant loss.

If you care about the health of children yet to be born, and the health of their mothers, please consider giving a sustaining gift so we can continue our work in helping HG women, and to spread the word of the impact this illness has on world health. HER could be the best organization you never heard of - one that's improving the lives of women around the world.

HER is the global voice of HG, changing lives and improving the health of women and babies!