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Women may experience anxiety and depression related to receiving inadequate treatment for hyperemesis, fear of the hyperemesis recurring in future pregnancies, and having to face the fear of harm or death to herself and/or her unborn child when pregnant. Some people with PTSD need to try different treatments to find what works for their symptoms. It can be hard finding the right type of help and knowing your options. There is also a brain-dysfunction theory and an inner-ear-dysfunction theory.

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Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd (December 18, 2012)


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