PUBLISHED: 21:37, Fri, Nov 27, 2020 | UPDATED: 21:37, Fri, Nov 27, 2020
Virgin River has been released on Netflix as viewers catch-up with the drama following the revelation of Charmaine Robert’s (played by Lauren Hammersley) pregnancy. In the first episode, it is revealed she has hyperemesis and needs to be looked after closely by Mel Monroe (Alexandra Breckenridge) and Doc Mullins (Tim Matheson). However, some viewers have been wondering what exactly this is and what it might mean for her.
In the first episode of Virgin River season two, fans see Charmaine struggling to keep any food or water down.
Jack Sheridan (Martin Henderson) has gone to her house to check on her but is concerned she is struggling with the pregnancy.
He takes her to see Doc and Mel for a very awkward appointment given Mel’s recent disappearance from Virgin River.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
However, concern for the patient takes over and the team are worried about Charmaine’s symptoms.
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Virgin River season 2: What is hyperemesis? Charmaine's condition explained (Image: Netflix)
After her examination, they suspect she has hyperemesis, which would explain her symptoms.
Mel has dealt with this in several pregnant women before so it’s decided she will care for her primarily.
As a result of this, Charmaine also moves nearby the doctors into Hope’s (Annette O’Toole) spare bedroom.
The diagnosis of Jack’s ex-girlfriend left many wanting to know more about what hyperemesis is.
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