Her destination was the maternity ward. However, a few hours after her baby was born, she started to feel a pain in her lower abdomen.
The pain was much worse when any of the sore areas were touched. She was in labor and soon was going to give birth. She became nauseous, vomiting frequently, and her pain worsened. She had heard stories about women in labor who, upon being sent to Division 1, would panic and beg to be discharged from the hospital and sent home.
This chapter will introduce you to the nature of science. T he greatly pregnant young woman slowly climbed the stairs of the most modern hospital in Austria, the Allgemeines Krankenhaus , or General Hospital, of Vienna.
After all, it is and a modern woman like me should choose a doctor over a midwife. The hallway on the left led to Division 2, where midwives and their students attended the laboring mothers.