Published On: Mon, Jul 31st, 2017

Pregnant Kentucky Doctor Puts Her Birth Aside To Deliver Another Woman Baby Birth

A pregnant doctor in Kentucky hospital was about to give birth the baby but she put her aside her own on hold to deliver another woman’s baby as she came to know that woman’s baby is in distress and this shows the love with humanity.

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Humanity is still alive as a pregnant women doctor helped a woman in hospital to deliver a baby as she was also ready to give birth but she didn’t care herself.

When she got the news about the other woman that her baby is in distress situation and she put her birth aside on hold for her delivery.

Kentucky is a state located in the east south-central region of the United States, it is one of four U.S. states constituted as a commonwealth, it is a state which is known as the 37th most extensive and the 26th most populous of the 50 United States.

Gynecologist Amanda Hess was preparing to gave the birth at a Kentucky hospital but on that spot she heard the news about the delivery of a woman in the same that hospital and she heard that the women required delivery right now because her baby is in distress; as reported by New York Times.

The patient woman Leah Halliday Johnson was brought to hospital for emergency delivery, her case was going towards serious condition while there was no doctor except that pregnant doctor and she was dressed in her patient gown.

Pregnant doctor has set an example for the love with humanity, Ms Johnson was having complications with her delivery as reported to media and according to doctor Gynecologist Amanda Hess, she wore some clothes on backside as well as shoes.

She entered her room to help her and according to her she knew that patient who came to her a few days ago for check up.

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