Extreme morning sickness and what it could mean for Kate Middleton

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Now that Kate Middleton has been hospitalized due to her pregnancy, we're learning more about her condition known as "extreme morning sickness."

Doctors say the nausea being suffered by the Duchess of Cambridge could last throughout her pregnancy until she gives birth. This condition also increases the chances of having twins.

Extreme morning sickness affects about one in 50 pregnancies, according to the Daily Mail. Doctors also told the newspaper that hospital treatment is required, because a mother may be at risk of getting dehydrated.

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