EMTs must be familiar with common Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBGYN) emergencies to provide effective care in such situations. This article discusses three essential emergencies that EMTs need to know about. The first emergency is a miscarriage, which involves the loss of pregnancy before the 20th week. EMTs should carefully assess the patient's condition and provide emotional support. The second emergency is ectopic pregnancy, where the fertilized egg implants outside the uterus, typically in the fallopian tube. EMTs should be aware of the signs and symptoms and quickly transport the patient to a hospital for appropriate intervention. The third emergency is abruptio placentae, a condition where the placenta prematurely detaches from the uterus. EMTs must recognize the signs and symptoms and ensure urgent hospital transport to protect both the mother and baby. Overall, understanding and responding to these OBGYN emergencies are crucial skills for EMTs.