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Martha Kalafatis’s Reveals How Her Severe Illness Affects Her Pregnancy on MAFS
Martha Kalifatidis of Married, At First Sight, has opened up about her battle with severe morning sickness during her pregnancy. The 34-year-old, who is expecting her first child with fiancé Michael Brunelli, revealed on Sunday that being diagnosed with hyperemesis gravidarum altered her life.
She told The Daily Telegraph that her symptoms have developed in a variety of uncomfortable ways. Martha Kalifatidis (pictured) of Married, At First Sight, has opened up about how her battle with severe morning sickness has affected her pregnancy.
“It’s like having gastro, being hungover, and being on a boat.” “This isn’t fun,” she said. She claimed that she didn’t find out she was pregnant until a month into it, forcing her and Michael to cut their European holiday short. Morfydd Clark looks ethereal in a silver gown at the premiere of Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power. I was stranded abroad, terribly dehydrated, and had to drink frequently,” she explained. On Sunday, the 34-year-old, who is expecting her first child with fiancé Michael Brunelli, revealed that being diagnosed with hyperemesis gravidarum changed everything.
On Sunday, the 34-year-old, who is expecting her first child with fiancé Michael Brunelli, revealed that being diagnosed with hyperemesis gravidarum changed everything. Michael expressed her sentiments, saying, “It was difficult to witness her go from having this beautiful adventure overseas to being bedridden 24 hours a day.”
Earlier this month, the couple announced that they were expecting their first child together. They explained that Martha’s protracted absence from social media was due to a bout of severe nausea and vomiting. Michael (left) revealed earlier this month that Martha’s protracted absence from social media was due to a bout of severe nausea and vomiting.
Michael (left) revealed earlier this month that Martha’s protracted absence from social media was due to a bout of severe nausea and vomiting. She had been offline for several weeks, raising fears about her health. The pair explained that they had to wait until she felt better and had reached a safe point in her pregnancy before informing her of their good news.
Luke Wilson and a mysterious brunette put on a great show as they exit a London hotel. “We’d want to explain our predicament and make a brief announcement.” “Martha is pregnant,” Michael said on Instagram. The pair stated that they had to wait until Martha felt better and had reached a safe point in her pregnancy before informing her of the good news.
What exactly Is Hyperemesis Gravidarum?
Hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) is a pregnancy illness that causes continuous and severe vomiting. Sufferers may become ill several times per day and be unable to keep food or water down, disrupting their daily life. It is unlikely to harm the baby, but if it causes a woman to lose weight during pregnancy, her kid is more likely to be born prematurely.
It differs from pregnancy nausea, sometimes known as morning sickness, which is common and affects eight out of ten pregnant women. This usually ends or improves around weeks 16 to 20. Meanwhile, HG may not improve at this stage and may persist until the baby is born.
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Dehydration raises the risk of a blood clot, known as deep vein thrombosis, but this is uncommon. It is unknown what causes the illness or why some women develop it while others do not. Some scientists believe it is related to the changes in hormones that occur during pregnancy.
There’s also evidence that it runs in families and that women who had it during their first pregnancy are more likely to develop it again. Women suffering from HG may be given anti-nausea medicines, vitamins B6 and B12, and steroids to alleviate their symptoms.