She gave birth by caesarean section, but her stomach started shaking

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In the Jordanian hospital where she was giving birth, the cesarean section was meant to be a normal procedure.

But when Ms. Hanan Mahmoud Abdul Karim, 36, had successfully given birth to a boy and returned home, she realized that something was wrong with the situation.

 

According to a report in the Dubai daily Gulf News, which cited Jordanian media, she stated that she was in excruciating pain and that her abdomen started vibrating.

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Ms. Hanan was rushed to the hospital, and X-rays taken of her belly indicated the presence of an object not native to the human body.

 

According to the article, the unknown object is thought to be the cell phone that belonged to the Jordanian gynecologist.

 

It is not quite apparent how the phone came to be located in the abdominal cavity.

 

According to reports from Jordanian media outlets, Ms. Hanan gave birth to a boy weighing 4.8 kilograms via caesarean section at a private hospital in Amman, which is the capital of Jordan.

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Her mother, Ms. Majeda Abdul Hamid, was quoted in the media as saying, “My daughter was in excruciating pain and she was unable to move.”

 

I took her back to the hospital where she had been treated, but there was nothing more that could be done for her.

 

After that, according to Ms. Majeda, she brought her daughter to a public hospital, where an X-ray was able to locate the phone.

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Ms. Hanan underwent emergency surgery, during which the phone was successfully removed.

 

As a result of how terrible the situation has become, a member of parliament has demanded that the government step down as a direct consequence of the scandal. According to what he was quoted as saying, the parliament ought to take some responsibility.

 

Hatem Al Azrae, a spokesman for the Jordanian Health Ministry, indicated that the account provided by Ms. Hanan was “groundless and falsified,” but he also stated that the ministry is vigilantly monitoring the situation.

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