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Jul 2013 - Beyond Morning Sickness author Ashil McCall Interviewed by The National Review Read More »

Jun 2013 - Beyond Morning Sickness "Good Samaritan" Featured in Mercury News Read More »

Mar 2013 - Beyond Morning Sickness author Ashil McCall Interviewed by The HER Foundation Read More »

Dec 2012 - Beyond Morning Sickness author Ashil McCall Considers Kate Middleton's Ordeal with HG in Washington PostRead More »

Sep 2011 - Ohio Beyond Morning Sickness Volunteer Featured Read More »

Jan 2011 - Beyond Morning Sickness / An HG Blog Review Read More »

Jan 2011 - Ashli McCall’s HG Books and Why You Should Read Them / An HG Blog Review Read More »

Oct 2009 - Beyond Morning Sickness author Ashli McCall profiled in Headline Bistro. Read More »

Apr 2009 - Ashli McCall publishes Mama Has Hyperemesis (But Only for a While) to help children cope with the effects of HG.

Sep 2008 - Beyond Morning Sickness author Ashli McCall writes story for a chapter of Amazing Grace for Survivors. Read More »

Aug/Sep 2008 - Beyond Morning Sickness cited in Practising Midwife Magazine. Read More »

Apr 2008 - Beyond Morning Sickness mentioned in Madeline Pecora Nugent's My Child, My Gift. Read More »

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From the Foreword (Jeffrey W. Wall MD, FACOG)

Ashli McCall has a terrible story to tell. It is a story of suffering, hopelessness and anguish, a story that brings us to the edge of human endurance and to the decision that no new mother-to-be expects to face. Unfortunately, it is not her story alone but the story of countless women worldwide. Hyperemesis gravidarum takes its terrible toll every day. As a disease it is under-studied, poorly understood, and fraught with the myths of years of misinformation and misunderstanding from the medical profession. We as doctors teach it to our students poorly and have handed down years of tradition founded on suspect science and bad medicine. We tell our patients to just "get over it;" we tell them it's all in their head. We are trained to make our patients better but in reality are poorly armed to do so. In our frustration it becomes easy to blame the patient. I know. I've done it.

This book is a step in the direction of understanding a horrible condition. The first time I read it I was astonished at the depth of information it contained. It is extremely well researched, and the clear, concise writing provides a firm basis of understanding for those wanting, needing to learn more about this condition. But this book is more than just a collection of medical facts. Those who read it will gain real insights into the human suffering that women with hyperemesis endure. Readers will also find hope and wisdom for those experiencing the condition and understanding for those who live with and love them.