Maryland medical malpractice attorney Renee Boston talks about how sepsis and infection resulted from a C-Section. The woman was almost 9 months pregnant at the time doctors induced her pregnancy in the hospital. During the time leading up to her induction, she said she was never examined by a doctor at the hospital. On the second day of labor, her amniotic sac ruptured and throughout the following twenty-four hours, she was never seen by a doctor.

She was then scheduled for a C- Section due to failed progression of normal vaginal labor. The patient stated that she was taken to the operating room and aseptic procedures were not followed. While the patient was in recovery, she developed severe burning during urination. Her doctor advised her that she had a bladder infection and she was given medication to treat the bladder infection.

The next day she was discharged from the hospital. A week later, she begin to feel pelvic pain along with severe pain during urination. She also had a higher frequency of urination. The patient was taken to the emergency room where she was diagnosed with septic pelvic thrombophlebitis.

So why am I explaining this to you today? Because your doctors may not have followed aseptic procedures during your delivery and you now have gone septic as a result. Because you may be wondering whether you have a Maryland medical malpractice case. Here’s what you do, pick up the phone and give me a call at 301-850-4832. If you would like to send an email instead send me an email at medicalinjury “at” (Remember to replace the “at” with @. We write it this way to avoid email spammers). We answer questions like yours all the time and we would be glad to hear your story.

Marcus Boston is a Maryland medical malpractice attorney who helps people navigate the Maryland childbirth injury and medical malpractice process to get money for their injuries caused by the carelessness of doctors and hospitals.