This case involves a twenty-nine-year-old female who had retained products of conception (RPOC) following her delivery. The delivery was complicated by chorioamnionitis. The treating physician failed to recognize the RPOC for two weeks, resulting in a severe. As a result, the provider improperly performed an emergency dilation and curettage causing a uterine perforation. This lead to massive intrauterine scarring, bleeding, and many other internal damages. The plaintiff alleged that the issues could have been avoided had there been proper communication between the OB/GYN office, the nursing staff, and the medical staff.