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What is it like to deliver a baby?

I am a sophomore who is interested in learning more about an OBGYN`s job #doctor #medicine #healthcare #baby

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CareerVillage’s Answer

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Check out this video for one doctor's view of what it's like to be an OB/Gyn and deliver babies:


An interview with Dr. Vanessa Foster, Women's Healthcare of Illinois:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEYRZSAJbs0

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Thank you comment icon thank you! DejaCodman2
Thank you comment icon why would you worry about that your only a sophomore pay more attention in school Mason
Thank you comment icon <a href="/users/7840/mason/"><a href="/users/7840/mason/">@mason</a></a> Sophomore year of high school is a perfect time to explore career options. Once you have a good idea of which careers could be good for you, there is a lot you can do to take control of your future including picking different classes, getting relevant after school jobs, picking relevant extracurriculars, and researching colleges that might be relevant. Being in control means more confidence and better results. Deja's curiosity about OB/Gyn jobs is awesome. Jared Chung, Admin
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Ieong’s Answer

Every job has its own meaning, and if you do OB/GYN, you must first and foremost not be afraid of blood, and be patient and loving. It is wonderful to look forward to the birth of a little one. Proficiency in basic theories of obstetrics and gynecology and other related specialties, a high sense of responsibility, good work ethics, psychological quality, rigorous Work attitude, strong comprehensive analytical skills; very good communication and language skills to handle doctor-patient relationship.

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Gayathri’s Answer

As a kid I wanted to become one too, but ended up as an Engineer. But I have my regrets for not pursuing my dream. So keep up the passion. I had a baby recently :) He is 8months old. I would say motherhood completes a woman. Its the best thing happened to me. As a doctor you will be basically making a life come to existence. So go for it!

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You will find more useful info in how to pursue your dream in the below link: https://study.com/become_an_obgyn.html
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