We were a young couple and landed into Dubai with my wife 17 weeks into pregnancy with our first child. It was only me and my wife in Dubai. We started visiting an Obs/Gyn at Aster Medical and day by day we were becoming worried. Sometimes she would say... the growth of the baby is not okay... you must do this scan and that, and every time pushed us to visit the "main branch" as that has "all the facilities". But, she was never telling us what is the due course of action... i mean... where would my wife deliver, because it was a clinic only? will the dr. be available even if my wife starts getting the labor at mid-night? All these were very important for us because even at the time of delivery, we would be by ourselves only, i mean none of our parents would come to guide us with our first born. One day, we asked her directly and came to know she was thinking we would deliver the baby in our home country!!!! Anyway she always looked worried and my wife looked aweful everytime we visited the dr.By God's grace we met Dr. Sharda Brata Ghosh at Saudi German Hospital. She asked all good questions and understood our situation. Since then, she and her team was very very particular that it must be a normal #$%^&*l delivery. As we spoke with the staff in the labor room... we understood that it would definitely be a normal delivery and it is a really corner case that it would go any other way.And then came the period when Dr. Sharda was calling my wife every week for check-ups. It was during one such checkup that she told that the liquor within which the baby stays has reduced which means the growth is complete and they would induce the labor pain artificially to complete the delivery. My wife got admitted the next night and the doctor induced her. Unfortunately, for my wife the induction did not work. They induced her again after 12 hours and the next day at noon, she delivered our first born, a baby boy. It was a 36 hours of continuous effort from Dr. Sharda and her team. But still they did not go for c-section or ay other means. Hats-off to them and we are really really thankful to them! I bet any other dr. any other institution... they would have done a c-section under the given circumstances.