No One Would Listen To Her, So She Saved Her Own Life

Published on 09/29/2020
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How many stories have we heard in the past about people foreseeing the future, guessing the past, or just having a sixth sense? Those who are skeptical probably won’t believe it when people claim to have such gifts. But despite what skeptical people might say, some things can not be explained by science, which doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s not true. Scientists don’t always have the answer to everything. Sometimes the answer is right inside of us, and the only thing we need to do is follow our intuition and trust ourselves. For instance, let’s take this woman’s story as an example. You won’t be able to take your eyes off the story once we begin to tell you!

No One Would Listen To Her, So She Saved Her Own Life

Her Story

The story we are about to tell you turns around the life of Stephanie Arnold. She is an American producer and author born in 1971. After graduating from University, Stephanie formed her own production company. She also directed reality television programs such as “Elite Model’s Look of the Year. Nowadays, she is part of the board of directors for the AFE Foundation and was named one of Today’s Chicago Woman’s 100 Women of Inspiration

Personal Life

Stephanie Arnold is married to Jonathan Arnold, a Ph.D. economist at the University of Chicago with whom she has three children. Stephanie is an advocate and speaks for patients to organizations such as The American Society of Anesthesiologist and has also worked with the Divinity and Medical School division of the University of Chicago and has raised money for Northwestern Memorial Hospital’s Prentice Women’s Hospital.

Personal Life

Becoming An Author

In 2015, Stephanie published her first book named “37 Seconds”. The book is a real-life story about survival, premonitions, intuition, the past, the present, and the future. The book has been such a success that it’s been translated into several languages. Her cousin Sari Padorr helped her bring her story to life. Her story is so incredible that it has won several awards including The Reader’s Favorite Gold Medal and became a National Bestseller.

 

“37 Seconds”

Those 37 seconds in 2013 would change her life forever. After recovering from the traumatic event she had the courage and strength to tell her story. She had a feeling, what it is commonly known as a sixth sense. She didn’t know the reasons exactly but she knew exactly the moment that it was going to happen. No one would believe her at first which could have cost her her life.

Her Second Child

When she was pregnant with her second child in 2013, in the twenty-week ultrasound, the doctors told her that she had Placenta Previa. Stephanie did not know anything about this condition but a feeling took over her and at that exact moment she told her husband: “I don’t know what this placenta previa is but I’ve got a bad feeling about it.” To which he logically answered “Sweetheart, let’s not worry about it until we know more. Right now let’s listen to what everybody has to say.”

Her Second Child

Placenta Previa

A few weeks later, in one of her visits to her doctor in Chicago, the same said: “This is nothing to joke about. The placenta previa is basically when the placenta growing on top of the cervix. If it doesn’t move out of the way, as you get bigger and floats away from where the cervix is, you’ll need a C-section.” Stephanie started to look into it and learned that if there are complications, this condition can cause the death of the mother and the baby. She then told her husband “This is going to happen to me.”

 

Premonition

In an interview and her book Stephanie says: “Pregnant with our second child, I started having premonitions that I would die giving birth. My intuition was at an all-time high. This wasn’t my first time at the rodeo. This pregnancy was different. Somehow, I knew I was going to need a hysterectomy. I felt that I was going to bleed out, that the baby would
be fine, that my organs were going to attach, and many more detailed visions into the not so distant future”

Looking For Help

Afraid of her premonitions becoming real, Stephanie told her husband, her friends, the doctors, the nurses, but no one would believe her since the data didn’t support her claims. Everybody just thought she was being hormonal and histrionic and that she was not making any sense. Then it happened, she died when she was giving birth to her second child. She was resuscitated after 37 seconds.

Looking For Help

One Person Heard Her

What happened during the labor was an amniotic fluid embolism, “a rare and often fatal condition (1 in 40,000) where amniotic cells get into the mother’s bloodstream, and if you happen to be allergic to it, your body goes into a type of anaphylaxis and in most cases, you don’t survive” Stephanie continues saying “The only reason I did survive, is because I spoke up and ONE DOCTOR listened to her intuition, flagged my file incorporating extra blood and a crash cart in the OR.” That same doctor told her after “I want to correct you, YOU saved your own life.”

One Person Heard Her

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