Woman Says Doctor Saved Her Life by Taking Her Death Premonitions Seriously
A woman who flat-lined during childbirth says a doctor saved her life by taking her premonitions seriously.
Stephanie Arnold said she began to have detailed premonitions about her death when she was 20 weeks pregnant with her second child. She said that she would see herself hemorrhaging and needing a hysterectomy.
“I’d see that the baby would be fine, but ultimately I saw that I would die,” she said.
Arnold said that even her husband didn’t believe her premonitions. But luckily, one doctor flagged her file and prepped accordingly, bringing extra blood into the delivery room.
Sure enough, Arnold suffered an amniotic fluid embolism and flat-lined for 37 seconds. Doctors revived her with that extra blood, and Arnold survived.
Arnold claimed this morning on “Fox and Friends” that she could see everything going on around her in the operating room, plus hundreds of spirits helping her.
She also had a message for viewers.
“If you sense something, say something,” she said, explaining that patients know their own bodies best.
Arnold’s book, 37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven's Help--A Mother's Journey, is out now.