We love to hear from people wanting to get involved or with an interest in our charity and are here for sufferers but before you contact us you might find that the information you require is already on our website. If you have a question about treatments, diet, coping strategies or preparation for pregnancy please check those pages first to see if you can find the information you are looking for. Please also check if you can find the information on our FAQ section.
If you would like to request support through PSS please use our network pages to contact our Support Coordinator.
Address and telephone
Our Helpline phone number is: 024 7638 2020
Our office phone number is: 01208 872801
Our office postal address is:
Pregnancy Sickness Support,
19G Normandy Way
"The helpline was really comforting, and the volunteer peer supporter was so kind, and gave practical support for my GP appointment.."
30% of pregnant women in paid employment need time off work due to NVP.
85% of pregnant women have two episodes of nausea per day.
Nausea & vomiting in pregnancy (NVP) is very common, on average it affects 70-80% of pregnant women to a greater or lesser extent.
You are not aloneIf you think you are suffering from HG please call us for support on: 024 7638 2020
Research: Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy is not just ‘morning sickness’: data from a prospective cohort study in the UKResearch published today in the British Journal of General Practice by Pregnancy Sickness Support's...
Online Third Sector/Community Group Training3 hour in-depth online training session on Hyperemesis Gravidarum delivered by Nurse Specialist/Chairperson...
RT @HealthwatchE: Arti thought she'd experienced enough change in 2020 to last a lifetime... until she found out she was pregnant. She tell…
09:48 13th July
Volunteer Peer Supporters work with sufferers on a 1-2-1 basis via text, email, phone or sometimes face to face throughout their pregnancy while symptoms persist
"It was so comforting to speak to someone that listened to me, understood my symptoms and most importantly made me feel like I wasn't overreacting."