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Working During Pregnancy
I am so excited about having a baby. I once was pregnant before this and had a miscarriage. I was in pain and had to go through the miscarriage naturally. I got no DNC done or any thing that is a horrible thing to go through I would not wish that on my worst enemy of any sort. I feel for some reason this pregnancy will suceed. I am not having the pain like I was with the first pregnancy of any sort I do have some crampiness and some back pain but the doctor says that is normal! please to all my mothers around the glob please pray for me and wish me good luck thank you!!
Hi, I am currently working full time and just found out 2 weeks ago that im 6 weeks pregnant, I have a question to ask and i would love a reply. i am 22 years old and worked for my employer for 9 months, i have two boss, i have the sales manage and the over all manager for every department.
Thinking about getting pregnant, or already pregnant? It's never too early think about what you will do when baby gets here. When planning your maternity leave, the more you can plan or arrange ahead of time the less stress you will feel.
Well I found out I was pregnant about a month ago. Was really excited about it and with the guy I had been dating. Seeing how we both seem to be on the same page, I'm still excited for the future.
I am currently 5 weeks pregnant and work as a lead teacher in a daycare center.
I'm a cardiac nurse and I work in CCL. I found out I was a month pregnant. Because of the leave and working committent, I may need to work in CCL for 2 more weeks.
I have an extreme amount of stress in my job. Not just because I am military but because of the different situations I am involved in at work. I find that I am able to de-stress after I get home and away from the office but meanwhile I spend 9 hours a day being stressed and constantly upset. I know that stress can affect the baby but how much can it affect my pregnancy?