Disseminated peritoneal coccidioidomycosis in the setting of early pregnancy after fertility treatment is rare and can present as a diagnostic challenge. A 39-year-old underwent ovarian stimulation with clomiphene citrate followed by HCG trigger and intrauterine insemination. She developed persistent abdominal pain, ascites and episodes of fever in early pregnancy, and eventually underwent a diagnostic laparoscopy for worsening clinical presentation. Operative findings were notable for peritoneal studding, infracolic omentum inflammation, bowel adhesions to the abdominal wall and normal-appearing uterus and adnexa. The pathology results indicated peritoneal infection. Hormonal changes associated with fertility treatment and immune tolerance in pregnancy may increase the risk for disseminated peritoneal coccidioidomycosis. A high index of suspicion and a multidisciplinary team are important for the diagnostic workup and treatment plan of disseminated peritoneal coccidioidomycosis.