This case involves a twenty-five-year-old female patient who presented to a local hospital for an induced elective abortion. At the time of the procedure, the patient was approximately fifteen weeks pregnant and, according to the medical note, it was conducted without incident. The patient was discharged home and the next morning the patient woke up covered in blood. She was rushed back to the hospital and an emergency D&C was performed due to a suspected incomplete abortion. The patient continued to bleed at which point the procedure was converted to an open hysterectomy to remove an uncontrolled hemorrhaging uterus. Though the doctors had originally worried that she was suffering from an amniotic fluid embolism, the patient was eventually treated for disseminated intravascular coagulopathy and it took a thirty-day hospital stay in the ICU to correct her bleeding disorder.