This case involves a 36-year-old pregnant woman who had experienced debilitating headaches throughout her pregnancy. She was admitted to the hospital due to preeclampsia. Prior to the delivery, the patient continued to have excruciating headaches. The patient had a normal delivery, after which her headaches began to subside. After almost 48 hours in the hospital, the patient’s headaches appeared stable. No imagining was conducted and the patient was discharged. The following night, the patient developed slurred speech and intense headaches while at home. The patient’s husband brought her back to the emergency department and imaging revealed a cerebral hemorrhage and venous sinus thrombosis. The patient was initiated on anticoagulation and required a decompressive craniectomy, which caused the patient persistent neurological deficits.