Even though there is a movement for natural, at-home births, there is a reason why most women in Toms River still go to the hospital to have a baby. Since most people trust doctors to safely deliver, care for and look after their children, giving birth in a hospital comes with certain expectations. For one, parents expect that doctors will monitor their children for some of the most common birth injuries and medical conditions. When they don't, most parents believe the physicians have committed malpractice and will sue them.
New Jersey residents will be interested to hear of a woman who was faced with the choice of whether or not to continue taking anti-depression medication after learning that she was pregnant with twins. She had a prescription for Zoloft, and if she stopped taking the drug, she felt she would have an especially difficult time dealing with the pregnancy. Knowing how bad her depression could be, she also feared she wouldn't be able to properly care for her newborns if she stopped taking the medication.