Kate Middleton pregnant: Duchess’ health concern made life ‘difficult’ amid pregnancy | Royal | News

Baby fever has once again gripped Royal Family fans, after Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank announced they were set to welcome their first child to the Windsor fold early next year. Admirers of the Royal Family have continued to speculate as to whether Eugenie’s sister Princess Beatrice, or fellow Windsor favourite Kate, will also confirm they are expecting. The Duchess of Cambridge has also been in the spotlight in recent weeks regarding whether she is pregnant or not after she discussed being a mother on a podcast.

But during her first pregnancy with Prince George, fears were sparked over Kate’s health after she was hospitalised with hyperemesis gravidarum, a rare form of acute morning sickness.

The condition, which saw Kate spend “a few days” in hospital, often leads to weight loss and doctors confirmed that it accounts for around two percent of all morning sickness.

Dr Ashley Roman,

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Overcoming Fibromyalgia and CFS in These Difficult Times – 3 Tips You Can Use Today

In these difficult times, the daily news often sounds bleak, particularly for people who are sick with a chronic illness like Fibromyalgia or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. If that’s you, the issues near and dear to your heart may seem perilous: economic security, job security, medical insurance, home ownership and your physical safety, not to mention the crucial question and problem of getting well.

That’s because a) fixing most issues seems too complicated and b) because there are quite a few people in our world who would love nothing better than to bring about a reign of terror that makes solving any problem seem impossible to do.

“Oh, do tell. How can I make your life more miserable or cause you more fear and pain?”

Yikes! Experts tell us that living with this type of uncertainty is not healthy, however negative news is what sells so the news media keeps spitting … Read More

Health Issues For Men That Can Make Sex Over 60 Difficult

By the time a man is 60 years of age, his normal level of sexual intercourse has dropped by half. This is based on the average peak from around 18 to 25 years of age for a normal male. There are a variety of different health issues for men that can make engaging in sex after they are 60 years of age difficult.

There are both physical and mental problems for men that can make it difficult to get or maintain an erection. Even if the problems starts out being physical in nature, it can soon turn into a psychological issue as well. This is because a man can feel inadequate when he can no longer fulfill this role. He may become angry, upset, and even emotionally withdrawn because of it.

Even during sexual excitement, he may be thinking about it in the back of his mind. The anxiety of … Read More