ALWAYS GO IN WHEN THE PHONE RINGS AT 4 AM

Rupturing uterus

One Saturday night, on an otherwise pretty quiet on-call weekend, I was woken from sleep @ 4:00 AM by the piercing sound of my phone ringing (which, as usual, was placed strategically next to my head). “Hello. It’s Dr Levy”, I answered, trying to sound like she had not just woken me from a coma. “It’s Anna, from labor and delivery. An ambulance pulled up a few minutes ago, and a patient, 38 weeks pregnant came in…

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An Ob Gyn physician in Napa California, who has been practicing for 20 years. Also a writer (blogger, memoirist, advisor, humorist). Author of Womb With A View

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Rebecca Levy-Gantt

Rebecca Levy-Gantt

An Ob Gyn physician in Napa California, who has been practicing for 20 years. Also a writer (blogger, memoirist, advisor, humorist). Author of Womb With A View

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