It doesn't get much better than that. ;)
I really love how positive most of the interactions are in O&G. The outcome for most of them is a healthy baby and the gynae surgery can make a real difference.
On the other hand, when it doesn't go well it can be completely shattering. I don't think I could deal with that.
Even if the labour was going really badly, was not likely to end well and your intervention saved the mother while the baby dies, you can be blamed. Having a dead or seriously ill child is heartbreaking, and society seems to expect a healthy child out of every labour, so obstetricians catch a lot of unfair blame for things that they have no control over.
At least with other areas of medicine you are dealing with people who are already ill. People are generally more guarded and less likely to have expectations for a flawless outcome.
Having a dreadful outcome at the end of a healthy pregnancy would be horrific for everybody involved.