By DAN HARRIS/Getty ImagesThe U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments in a case concerning the discharge of a pregnant woman who developed pelvic pain during her pregnancy.
The decision comes in response to a lawsuit filed by the woman’s husband, who claims that he was denied medical attention during her second trimester of pregnancy because she was “discharging too much energy.”
The woman, who goes by the name “Jennifer” in court documents, alleges that she was discharged from the hospital after experiencing pelvic pain on the first day of her second pregnancy and continued to feel it during her third and fourth pregnancies.
The lawsuit alleges that the doctor who discharged her claimed that the woman was too exhausted to discharge her, but the woman claims that the discharge was based on a misinterpretation of medical guidelines that did not allow for the discharge.
The Supreme Court will consider the issue on June 17.
The case was filed in October by attorney Daniel G. Deutsch, who has been involved in similar cases where women allege they were discharged from hospitals for pelvic pain.
Gretchen and Daniel Deutsch filed the lawsuit after the couple had their first child, who was born premature and was hospitalized for pelvic discomfort in October.
In November, the couple’s other child was born prematurely, and the Deutschs say they are still awaiting a diagnosis for the condition.
The Deutsch’s allege that they were denied access to any type of treatment, including a “pregnant-friendly” ultrasound.
In court documents the DeSuts say the doctors did not know how much pelvic pain they could expect to experience, nor did they give them information on when they should be discharged or how long they should stay on the hospital bed.
The woman’s lawsuit is being handled by Gail and Michael Hickey, who are also attorneys in the case.
They are represented by the law firm of Covington & Burling.
In a statement to The Associated Press, the DeHits said, “The medical records show that our daughter had a severe case of pelvic pain and was discharged the day of birth.
She continued to experience pain throughout the first trimester and throughout her pregnancy, even after she received the correct prenatal care.
Our daughter has never had any other health problems or medical issues that would have necessitated her discharge.”
The DeSucks claim that they received an ultrasound the day they were released from the nursing home and that it showed a “breast-feeding” position.
They say they were never given the information that a woman with a pelvic pain should be “discharged” in the first place.
Gail DeSutter said, ‘She was discharged, and she’s not getting any care now.’
(AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)”When a woman has a serious health issue, she has to have a doctor present, and that doctor has to be able to tell her the best possible outcome for her.
The DeSutes said their daughter, who is now a mother of two, does not have the same medical issues as their daughter and that the doctors were not trained to help them discharge their daughter.”
In her complaint, the woman says that she suffered from “pelvic pain during childbirth, which lasted for two weeks, and was unable to perform vaginal births.”
She says she was then discharged after being told that she would be discharged as soon as she “could stand,” but that was never the case, according to the lawsuit.
“This is not a normal complaint.
We have never been discharged, because we were not discharged in accordance with medical guidelines,” the De Hashes said.
“It is a false charge and false representation.”
Grethen DeSutys attorney, Dan Hickey said, in a statement, “This is a very sad case.
We are very confident that the Supreme Court of the United States will take the facts of this case and hold that it should be resolved fairly, fairly, and fairly for all women.
The court should not be swayed by the politically motivated political rhetoric that is currently going on.”
The case is currently before the Supreme Courts Civil Division, which has not ruled on the case yet.