This case involves a 21-year-old patient who previously used Yasmin and with past medical history of spontaneous abortion. The patient began having contractions at 41 weeks and was on a fetal heart rate monitor. The baseline BPM was 128 with average long-term variability, positive accelerations and no decelerations. A few hours later, a prolonged deceleration was recorded. Two-hours later, it was noted that short term variability was absent, long-term variability was decreased and Pitocin was increased. Two-hours later, it was noted that the fetal heart rate dropped to 60-BPM. The defendant Obstetrician was at the bedside. Oxygen was provided and Pitocin was turned off. The fetal heart rate remained in the 60s and an emergency cesarean section was ordered by another obstetrician. The infant was delivered, Apgar scores were 1 at one minute; 1 at 5 minutes; 2 at ten minutes. The baby suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of the delivery complications.