I voted Problem with Baby, for which we needed LOTS of medical attention.
First of all, the doula NEVER answered her phone and NEVER showed up and NEVER returned my calls from that night, so I labored to full dilation completely alone, and when my sister and the midwife showed up, I was ready to push.
My midwives let me have a 4-5 hour pushing phase, which is unheard of in hospital births. At the time, I didn't realize anything was wrong, because they were so positive ("you're a rockstar!" "you're doing great!") AND because I had absolutely no concept of time (funny how being completely in-the-moment erases all sense of the earth's movement around the sun).
That said, my baby was purple and not breathing when he came out. He needed resuscitation then and an hour after he was born, when he stopped breathing again.
The midwives advised that I try to pee an hour after birth, and I couldn't. They put a catheter in me and drained 1/2 gallon - their faces definitely showed that they hadn't cared for me properly. A 1/2 gallon distended bladder helped cause that long pushing phase. . .
The midwives, 4 hours after the birth, thought that DS was stable enough to leave.
DS had seizures for 2 days before we realized that anything was wrong. My mother mentioned that she thought she'd seen seizures when the midwife came back for a next day follow up, but the midwife said it was nothing to worry about, although she did call later on that day to recommend a visit with the pediatrician.
Well, after the visit with the pediatrician, who said that the child had never taken a full breath, I'm riding in an ambulance with a baby breathing only through a ventilator tube and we're in the NICU (neonatal intensive care unit - my vocabulary has definitely grown from this experience) for 13 days. He had a spinal tap, MRI, barbituates, and all kinds of things I never anticipated. I hadn't even wanted him to have the antibiotics in his eyes at birth.
DS suffered neurological damage (we're all - pediatrician, neurologists, and ourselves - hopeful that it's only physical) due to ischemia - lack of oxygen to the brain.