She has put forward a petition to the Scottish Parliament calling for hospitals to have specialist nurses to provide medical and emotional support for women affected by the condition.
Mrs Robb, who has a two-year-old daughter, described hyperemesis as being "by far the worst experience of my life".
She said: "I was sick up to 40 times a day. It was miserable."
In her petition, Mrs Robb described hyperemesis as "an extremely severe illness resulting in many health problems for the mother including dehydration, renal failure, malnutrition, blood clotting problems, depression and on some occasions can result in death".
MSPs on the committee agreed to raise the issue with a number of groups, including the British Medical Association, the National Childbirth Trust, the Royal College of Nursing and the Royal College of Midwives, as well as the Scottish Government.