However, at night when she went into labour, her family rushed her to the centre where two nurses, Amrit Lal and Jhujhaar Singh, didn't inform the doctor on duty and made a decision to go ahead with the delivery.
The mother, identified as Dikhsha Kanwar is now fighting for her life in the Jodhpur hospital.
If that incident, which happened on January 6, wasn't horrific enough, the nurse and a colleague deposited the lower part of the foetus in the hospital's mortuary and asked the family to take the woman to Jaisalmer.
During the time of the delivery, the nurse pulled the foetus so carelessly that it resulted in splitting the body of the baby into two parts.
Later, a team of doctors headed by Dr Ravindra Sankhla operated the victim again and found that the foetus' head is in the womb.
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The parents were eventually reunited with the child and no charges have been filed. "She did a lot more than her job". The child, who was less than 1-year-old, was barefoot and wearing a onesie and diaper, according to MCTS.
After travelling for four hours, the family reached the Umaid hospital in Jodhpur where the doctors induced labour to start the birth.
In June a year ago, a British gynaecologist was found guilty of medical misconduct, after she accidentally decapitated an unborn baby in the womb. He has claimed that the hospital staff were drunk and accused them of misbehaving with his family.
What is more shocking is that the woman named Diksha Kumar visited a different hospital only to find out about the fiasco as the staff at the previous hospital didn't inform her about the debacle.
Dr Nikhil Sharma, the head of the Ramgarh Community Health Centre, said he was not present when Ms Kanwar was admitted to the facility and the two nurses allegedly conducted the delivery unsupervised. Chief medical health officer, Jaisalmer, Dr B L Bunkar said, "I visited Ramgarh and investigated the matter". "We have registered a case against two staffers of Ramgarh hospital and have interrogated them", he was quoted as saying.