Pregnant duchess' morning sickness could be dangerous<quoted text>
And ffs, only a princess would go to hospital for morning sickness - and probably at the expense of the tax payer.
By Maria Cheng, Associated Press
LONDON -- While morning sickness in pregnant women is common, the problem the Duchess of Cambridge has been hospitalized with is not.
"It's not unusual for pregnant women to get morning sickness, but when it gets to the point where you're dehydrated, losing weight or vomiting so much you begin to build up (toxic) products in your blood, that's a concern," said Dr. Kecia Gaither, director of maternal fetal medicine at Brookdale University and Medical Center in New York.
Left untreated, the mother could be at risk of developing neurological problems -- including seizures -- or risk delivering the baby early.