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A G1P0 at 38 weeks is transferred to the Antepartum holding/testing area from her doctor’s office for monitoring and evaluation. In the office her cervix was 2-3 cm and 50% effaced. Earlier in the day, on admission, she had complained of irregular contractions and a persistent headache for the last 24 hours and decreased fetal movements as well as complaints of heart burn that had not been relieved with the OTC Tums. Blood pressures are 160-180/90-100. After 2 hours on the monitor the uterine activity monitor shows regular uterine contractions every 2-5 minutes apart, with the patient complaining of pain with a 7 out of 10 pain scale. The fetal heart rate of 130 has minimal to moderate variability and an absence of accelerations. Non-reassuring decelerations are ABSENT at this time. Many of the patient’s blood tests are pending; however, the labs that have been received are showing a low platelet count, elevated (ALT, AST) liver enzymes. Urine test is 2+ for protein. The patient’s cervix is examined again and is now 3-4 cm dilated and 80%.