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You Don’t Know What It’s Like, You Lawmakers in Alabama

As a resident on the antepartum service, I would see all the patients that were pregnant and needed to be managed in an in-the-hospital setting. There was one young girl who I will never forget — her name was Thalia. (she has given me the okay to use her first name) She was 24 weeks pregnant with her first baby, and several days before she was admitted, she had woken up in a pool of fluid. She…

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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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