Jessa Duggar's baby boy was born November 5, but the labor reportedly wasn't without complications.

Jessa, 23, attempted to deliver her son via home birth in Fayetteville, AR, on Thursday but an ambulance was called to the scene and she was taken to the hospital, TMZ reported.

Jessa's mom Michelle Duggar made the emergency 911 call, according to the Daily Mail.

Jessa welcomed her first child with husband Ben Seewald late last week although she was due November 1. Neither of the first-time parents, who got married last year, mentioned any delivery problems. However, the baby was born weighing nine pounds and 11 ounces, which could've been the issue.

Ironically enough, Ben posted pictures of the baby in his home Friday morning and told fans that same day his wife and child were doing well. It's possible Jessa might've been hospitalized after bringing their son home.

Jessa and her sister Jill Dillard will be starring in several upcoming specials on TLC called Counting On. The birth of Jessa's son will reportedly be a major storyline.

The Duggar family's reality show 19 Kids & Counting was pulled off the air following reports Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar's eldest son Josh Duggar had molested five girls -- including Jessa and Jill -- when he was younger, and after Josh confirmed such news, the network received backlash and was forced to cancel the hit series for good in July.