Epidural blood patch is a frequently successful treatment for postdural puncture headache. It is not clear whether a recent epidural blood patch affects subsequent neuraxial analgesia. We describe the case of a patient who received an epidural blood patch for postdural puncture headache and returned 3 days later in active labor, requesting epidural analgesia. The patient successfully received analgesia from a combined spinal epidural without further complications. We discuss the anesthetic considerations for providing neuraxial analgesia after a recent epidural blood patch.