Fiction logo

NIGHTMARE LABOUR NURSE from HELL.

NINE HOURSE IN LABOUR

By Shantall AddisonPublished about a year ago 3 min read
Like
GUSTAVO-FRING-pexels

It was a hot summer day when Sarah went into labor. She had been eagerly awaiting the arrival of her first child, and despite the pain, she was excited to finally meet her baby. However, what was supposed to be a joyous occasion turned into a nightmare that would haunt her for years to come.

The labor pains started in the middle of the night and by morning, they were coming fast and hard. Sarah's husband, Jack, rushed her to the hospital, where they were met by a nurse named Rachel. At first, Rachel seemed friendly and attentive, but as the hours wore on, Sarah began to feel as though something was not quite right.

Nine hours into her labor, Sarah was in agony. The pain was so intense that she felt like she was going to pass out. Rachel, who had been tending to her throughout the day, seemed to be enjoying Sarah's suffering. Sarah thought it was just her imagination, but as the hours ticked by, she became increasingly convinced that Rachel was enjoying her misery.

Sarah begged for pain relief, but Rachel refused to give her anything more than a small dose of painkillers. As the hours passed, Sarah began to feel like she was losing her mind. She was exhausted, in excruciating pain, and she couldn't understand why Rachel was being so cruel to her.

Finally, after more than nine hours of labor, Sarah gave birth to a healthy baby girl. She was overjoyed to finally meet her daughter, but the joy was short-lived. Within minutes of giving birth, Sarah's body began to shake violently. She was bleeding profusely, and her heart rate was dropping rapidly. Rachel rushed her to the emergency room, where doctors worked frantically to save her life.

For hours, Sarah hovered between life and death. Her husband, Jack, was by her side, praying that she would pull through. When she finally regained consciousness, she was weak and disoriented, but relieved to be alive.

It wasn't until later, when Sarah was discharged from the hospital, that she learned the truth about Rachel. Jack told her that he had caught Rachel making advances toward him while Sarah was in labor. He had tried to brush her off, but Rachel had persisted, even going so far as to touch him inappropriately.

Sarah was stunned. She couldn't believe that someone who was supposed to be caring for her had been so cruel and callous. She felt violated and betrayed, and she knew that she had to do something to make sure that Rachel could never hurt anyone else.

She decided to sue the hospital for malpractice and for allowing Rachel to work there despite her inappropriate behavior. It was a long and difficult process, but in the end, Sarah won her case. Rachel was fired from the hospital, and Sarah was awarded a substantial settlement.

Years have passed since that fateful day, and Sarah has never forgotten the horror of her labor. She has also never forgotten the love and support of her husband, who stood by her through the worst moments of her life. Together, they have built a beautiful family, but Sarah still shudders when she thinks about what could have happened if she hadn't survived that traumatic birth.

In the end, Sarah's ordeal taught her a valuable lesson about the power of perseverance and the importance of standing up for oneself. She may have been in agony for nine hours, but she emerged stronger and more determined than ever before. And despite the wicked nurse who tried to come between her and her husband, Sarah knows that their love is stronger than anything that could ever tear them apart.

Lovefamily
Like

About the Creator

Shantall Addison

Hi there! My name is Shantall and I'm a freelance writer. I have been pursuing my passion in storytelling for sometime now . I specialize in writing about travel and fictional stories, I hope you find my work fun, interesting and exciting.

Reader insights

Be the first to share your insights about this piece.

How does it work?

Add your insights

Comments

There are no comments for this story

Be the first to respond and start the conversation.

Sign in to comment

    Find us on social media

    Miscellaneous links

    • Explore
    • Contact
    • Privacy Policy
    • Terms of Use
    • Support

    © 2024 Creatd, Inc. All Rights Reserved.