A 28-year-old female with 25 weeks of intrauterine pregnancy was referred by a gynecologist with a complaint of jaundice. Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) was done, which showed a cannabidiol (CBD) stone. The patient was taken for endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP). The procedure of ERCP was done with minimum radiation and adequate precautions, keeping in mind that the patient is pregnant, and protecting the child from radiation was much needed rather than getting the child affected by the radiation. Multiple stones were removed from the CBD. The patient’s jaundice was cured, and he was discharged. Kudos to Dr. Hardeep Singh, a gastroenterologist and hepatologist, for performing this critical case along with Dr. Sonali, an anesthesiologist, and other team members.

We, the team of Dr. Jai Dev Memorial Rotary Ambala Hospital (DJMRH), wish the patient and her unborn child a happy and prosperous future ahead!