Combined factor V and factor VIII deficiency (CF5F8D) is a rare autosomal recessive disorder associated with mild to moderate risk of bleeding tendency. These patients have an increased risk of bleeding after surgical procedures. Pregnant women are at increased risk of having a miscarriage, placental abruption, or post partum hemorrhage. Management of these patients requires the replacement of deficient factors. We are reporting a case of management of a 31-year old second gravida female with combined factor V and factor VIII deficiency, who was transfused with fresh frozen plasma before and during labor to prevent bleeding episodes.