Postpartum-acquired haemophilia A is a rare but potentially severe complication of pregnancy. Although the natural history of the disease is usually benign, with a high percentage of spontaneous remissions and a low mortality, its quick recognition is important to control bleeding episodes. The therapeutic strategies in these patients are the treatment of acute bleeding episodes and the long-term eradication of the autoantibody. We report three different cases of postpartum-acquired haemophilia demonstrating the broad heterogeneity of the clinical presentation and of therapeutic necessity of this condition. Finally, we present a review of the literature on the current therapeutic management of this haemorrhagic disorder.