A 31-year-old pregnant woman from the Jiangxi province, China, recently lost her baby after going for a checkup at the hospital
Sin Chew Daily reported that the victim, who realised that she was pregnant in February, recently went for a checkup to make sure she was in stable condition.
She was told by her doctor that everything was going well, before being prescribed with medicine to prevent miscarriage.
However, the woman started bleeding a day after consuming what was prescribed to her
Upon investigation, the woman's doctor was found to have prescribed her the tablets by mistake
Sin Chew Daily reported that while the woman's doctor admitted fault on her part, she claimed that she did not prescribe the tablets on purpose.
"It was just a typo, I didn't mean to prescribe that to you," the doctor reportedly said to the 31-year-old.
While the doctor has agreed to pay RMB10,000 (approximately RM6,040) in damages, the payment has been rejected by the victim and her family.
The matter is currently under investigation by the hospital.