A 28-year-old female G3P2002 presented to the emergency department for one month of vaginal bleeding. The patient was seen in the emergency department one month earlier for vaginal bleeding in the first trimester of pregnancy. Her estimated gestational age was six weeks by last menstrual period. At the time her beta-hCG was 7225 mlU/mL with no intrauterine pregnancy demonstrated on transvaginal ultrasound. Three days later, the patient had declining b-hCG and transvaginal ultrasound again with no intrauterine pregnancy. The patient was discharged home with a diagnosis of miscarriage. Since discharge, she endorsed an initial slowing of vaginal bleeding but over the last two weeks bleeding had become heavier and continuous; soaking up to eight pads a day. She endorsed worsening nausea and vomiting over the past two weeks. She has been sexually active since her last encounter. She denied abdominal pain, pelvic pain, cramping, dizziness, shortness of breath, or fevers.