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Should I talk to a doctor about my hyperemesis gravidarum symptoms?

The symptoms of hyperemesis gravidarum include the following: severe nausea, persistent vomiting, weight loss, and dehydration. If you experience any of these symptoms during pregnancy, see a doctor right away. Left untreated, hyperemesis gravidarum represents health risks for you and your baby.

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