This OR operations case involves a pregnant patient who had an intrauterine pressure catheter (IUPC) put into her uterus to monitor the strength and frequency of her labor contractions. The patient later had a non-emergency C-section to deliver her child. Several months later, the patient began experiencing an uncomfortable poking and stabbing pain in her pelvic region. The patient had extreme lower abdominal pain, heavy bleeding, and urinary and bowel pain. A pelvic examination revealed that a pointy foreign object was protruding from her left vaginal wall. An ultrasound and X-ray later revealed that the foreign object was an 11.3–centimeter portion of the IUPC. The part of the IUPC was lodged in the patient’s pelvis. The patient sued the hospital for negligence claiming that the surgical team nurse had failed to properly remove the IUPC from her before her delivery.