RPMG’s Dr. Arthur Wisot was quoted in the September 29, 2014 issue of the National Enquirer in an article on Duchess Kate’s problem pregnancy. She reportedly is suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, causing vomiting and weight loss which is especially dangerous because of her low body weight. They claim she weighs 91 pounds at 5’6″ tall.
In an online version of the story: Dr. Arthur Wisot, M.D., warned that Kate’s physicians “may even need to insert a feeding tube to ensure that she gets vital nutrients.”
The noted gynecologist and reproductive expert from L.A. told The ENQUIRER that Kate’s medical condition and her “inability to eat” could lead to doctors “forcing her IV fluids” or even using “hyperalimentation or a feeding tube to supply her body with electrolytes and vital nutrients.” The ENQUIRER has learned Kate’s dramatic health crisis could have even more dire consequences – both for her and her unborn BABIES!
Revealed a palace tattletale: “While the official announcement said Kate was expecting another little prince or princess, it’s possible she’s actually carrying twins.
“That’s because an ultrasound test performed around the six-week mark of her pregnancy indicated the presence of two heartbeats!”
Said Dr. Wisot: “If she is pregnant with twins, this may make her nausea more severe. The major danger of carrying twins is premature delivery. Other possible complications include hypertension and pre-eclampsia.”