Pregnant Amy Schumer hospitalized for health complication

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Amy Schumer says she's been hospitalized for severe second-trimester nausea and apologized to fans in Dallas for canceling a stand-up show.

In her Instagram post, Schumer told her followers, "I am in the hospital". She added, "I've been even more ill this trimester".

And the 37-year-old comic joked her situation was made worse by the fact the Duchess of Sussex - who was known as Meghan Markle before she married Prince Harry - is making pregnancy look glamorous and easy. "Very lucky to be pregnant but this is some bull--!" She has hyperemesis, which is "severe nausea, vomiting, weight loss, and electrolyte disturbance".

Amy revealed she was pregnant in October, where the actress and comedian took to Instagram to share a picture of her and husband Chris Fischer's heads edited on to the bodies of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, with a message directing fans to the page of her friend, author and former journalist Jessica Yellin.

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"Texas I am so deeply sorry".

Amy Schumer often jokes about the comparisons between her pregnancy and Meghan Markle's, but if her latest Instagram post is anything to go by, it appears the amusing mom-to-be has more in common with another famous royal. "And Texas I am really really sorry and I'll be out there as soon as I'm better". I've had a really tough pregnancy so far'.

Amy announced her pregnancy last month. "It can cause anxiety and depression in some women that lingers after the pregnancy", the U.S. National Library of Medicine's listing for hyperemesis says.

She quipped: "You know who it's not fun to be pregnant at the same time as?" The condition may "require hospitalization and treatment with intravenous (IV) fluids, medications and rarely a feeding tube".

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