A 29-year-old female at 33 weeks’ gestation presented to our hospital following a syncopal episode. The patient reported her symptoms started 7 days earlier as rhinorrhea and cough, with the subsequent development of myalgias, lethargy, fever, and progressive dyspnea. Two days earlier, the patient had presented to the ED of our hospital with similar complaints. The patient was released with prescriptions for albuterol, azithromycin, and acetaminophen. Her dyspnea continued to progress, ultimately culminating in the syncopal episode leading to admission. The patient endorsed a cough productive of nonbloody yellowish sputum and fevers to 39.4°C at home. She denied nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or abdominal pain. She had no known sick contacts. She reported no chronic medical problems. Her surgical history included breast augmentation and a prior dilation and curettage performed for a spontaneous abortion with retained products. There had been no complications with the current pregnancy. She did not smoke or use illicit drugs and rarely drank alcohol. The patient was an active-duty soldier reassigned to the El Paso, Texas, area 2 weeks before presentation. Prior to that she was stationed in South Korea.