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Name: sexc mami | Date: Jan 2nd, 2008 6:15 PM
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Name: BethAnn | Date: Jan 18th, 2008 8:22 PM
I took a positive home pregnancy test one week b/f I started a new job. A doctor confirmed my pregnancy two weeks into my new job, which is a temp to hire position through a temporary agency. With my husband being laid off three days ago, I am terrified to tell my employer about my pregnancy. But I will take the next two weeks to prove myself and plan on telling them as the guilt is eating me up. Good luck to all of you in these difficult positions. It is helpful to know there are others like me out there. 

Name: Arionna | Date: Jan 19th, 2008 5:10 AM
I am five months pregnant and it seems very hard to find a job, even thou I didn't tell and one that interviewed me I just went on with the flow. I feel like I can't keep hiding it I will tell them once I am hired but I really do need the money so anything can happen 

Name: ME | Date: Feb 9th, 2008 1:38 AM
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Name: james | Date: Feb 26th, 2008 8:28 PM
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Name: LA | Date: Mar 28th, 2008 7:46 PM
This is such a sad fact that we as women fear losing our jobs just because of pregnancy. This shouldn't be the case. As much as I understand needing a job for the money, if a company will actually fire you because you are pregnant (or some other cover-up reason), how will they be when you have issues as a new mother (breast pumping, sick children, scheduling etc.). This is the type of thing that makes me want to move to Europe. But I am also starting a job and planning to become pregnant about 3-6 months later. I think that if that affects my standing at the company, then I won't want to continue working there. We'll see. 


Name: Bame | Date: May 29th, 2008 12:45 PM
Hi, I just started a new job and am 19 weeks. Believe me it is very daunting. I also did not mention this to my employee who, at the time was very reluctant to hire me. It took a lot of convincing to hire me. And now I have to spring on them the factthat I will be taking some serious leave. I informed my employer the second day I started work. They havent respoinded tome yet. I still feel like a sod. It makes this pregnacy guilt-ridden. But just remember you must come clean!! 

Name: JOLENE | Date: Jul 8th, 2008 11:18 AM
I HAVE BEEN WITH MY EMPLOYER FOR OVER 5 YEARS.....I HAVE HAD SOME TIME OFF IN THE PAST WITH MY SON BEING SICK OR MYSELF IN WHICH ALL WHERE EXCUSED BY A DR.....WELL NEEDLESS TO SAY I WENT IN FOR MY REVIEW THIS PAST WEEK AND HE USED LITTLE EXCUSED TO FIRE ME.....THIS IS THE MOST DEVISTATING THING FOR A PERSON TO GO THROUGH LET ALONG BEING 6 MONTHS PREGNANT ON TOP OF IT....I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO FROM HER IM WONDERING IT IF IT WOULD BE WORTH TAKING LEGAL ACTION' CONSIDERING I FEEL THAT, THAT IS THE REASON THEY LET ME GO BUT MADE UP DUMB EXCUSES OTHERWISE. 

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Name: jaisha | Date: Jul 9th, 2008 3:51 PM
okay im 5 months pregnant but my baby is usually moving ... I did my first Ultrasound and im happy cuz it was moving but im wondering how come is itt not moving at 5 months pregnant i feel kinda worried 

Name: JaN'ayh | Date: Jul 10th, 2008 2:49 AM
In stil working at my same job. im 17 years of age an 4 months and 2 weeks pregnet is it safe for me to be lifting heavy things? this is my first child and im nervos and i just need alittle bit more information. im satring to feel alittle funny now i can feel little movements in my tummy and some times my back hurts. i do not know what iam having yet!!1 i really want a boy but you know what they say whatever you ask for you never get. regaurdless of what i hve i am going to love it with all my heart. good luck to all you ladies 

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Name: narn | Date: Aug 21st, 2008 10:33 PM
I think it is wrong to mislead your new job. They should still hire you if you are pregnant, but they need to know so they can plan for the time you will be on maternity leave. I work in a place where someone being gone just two weeks puts alot of stress on the other employees. 

Name: Angel | Date: Aug 25th, 2008 5:09 PM
I worked till I was 8 weeks prego, one manger told me it would be disgusting to serve whiloe being fatt! the other manager said no problem. Then I started having problems and misscarred the baby, when I told them 2 days latter they fired me! I dont know what to do know! I was heart broken cus of losing my baby and then my job. I didny have time to heal my emotions and now I have all these bills. what should i do? 

Name: caroline | Date: Sep 24th, 2008 7:16 PM
I'm almost 5 months pregnant and afraid to tell my boss (I Just started a month ago) Are their any recent posts about this I need advice.

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Name: Thelma | Date: Sep 25th, 2008 2:15 PM
I am 5months preg. I started a new job recently. I am scared to tell my manager, i have to attend docotr's appointment. I keep on rescheduling them.How do i go about it? 

Name: jabu | Date: Oct 13th, 2008 8:14 AM
oh so the are more of us out the i just found out that i am 5 weeks pregnant and I need to start a new job in about 3 months i wil b 4 months then. This is my dream job and i dnt really wana lete it go and i need the money obviously for the new baby. Do i tell and let myself be rejected in the name of honesty or do I start and just let them find out for themselves. I am so confused its a nightmare 

Name: lisa | Date: Nov 5th, 2008 5:49 PM
My daughter has just found out she is ten weeks pregnant and she is 2 weeks into training for a new job. Is there anything she can do? Has she ot rights? 

Name: Marie | Date: Nov 6th, 2008 5:06 AM
Hi i'm also in a similar situation,was workin as a temp and de contract ended now i'm lookin for something else as i need de money to save up for de baby,jus 4 months preg now and plan to work for 4 months only,not even worried about maternity leave.as long as i can save up den after de baby that's when I'll look for a suitable job...don't worry i believe We'll all be fine:-) 

Name: jen_wahu | Date: Nov 6th, 2008 4:33 PM
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Name: Kelly | Date: Nov 13th, 2008 9:36 PM
I am also starting a new job on Monday and am 5 weeks pregnant. I did not know that I was pregnant when I interviewed or got hired. I am so stressed out about that to do. Should I say something right away or should I wait about a month or so. As it is, I am going to have to mention that I need to leave early one day in about a month because I have an OB/GYN appt. that couldn't be scheduled after work hours. Am I wrong to wait it out or should I say something on Monday?? 

Name: maya | Date: Dec 15th, 2008 2:59 PM
hello
i am reading all your post only first page, and I feel better knowing there are other girls going through what I am going through, I am 18 weeks, I did not tell my employer yet, I am worried of loosing my job too, but I will have the courage and tell him today, after 1 hour, I send him email, and I will go for it, I will let you know after I am done ok. so wish me luck pls. maya 

Name: LilD | Date: Dec 16th, 2008 1:40 AM
Ok, so I am 7 weeks pregnant and have been offered a new job (going from one company to another) and I have to let them know if I will be taking the position tomorrow. It is an 18% increase in my salary and I really want to work for this company. Not sure if I will tell them up front because I dont want to start a new position with a lie above my head (and I am so happy to be pregnant, I dont want any negetivity around my pregnancy). Some people say to hide it, so say to tell. I currently have a full time position so I dont NEED to leave my job but want to. I will post again tomorrow to let you all know how it goes - wish me luck! 

Name: maya | Date: Dec 16th, 2008 10:18 AM
hello
I told my manager yesterday, he was omg, he did not belive i was pregnant, cause i was not married yet, I do not know, I felt guilty, problem I told him i was not sure to marry, but his reaction was ohhhhhhh noooooooooo how can you do that, but other manager said to me congratulations and stuff like that, the first manager was not happy, i do not know, what to do. i am very scared i hope i keep my job. what do you think i should say to my first manager, shall i send him email assure him that I will do my work as best as I can, and do you know girls how long is maternity leave in uk, because this my first time, how long does the company pay for me full pay etc. I am thinking to email my manager and tell him even during my meternity i can be approached by email or even i come visit sometimes. they can call me etc. i have confused feelings, i am 18 weeks by the way, any advice girls. thanks. 

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Name: ivy | Date: Jan 21st, 2009 5:03 PM
im almost two months pregnant and i start a new job as a nurse tech in the IICU at my local hospital. My worry is that there will be no way to hold my job if I have to leave at 7 or 8 months because of the nature of my job. It's really different for mothers to be ( congratulations by the way:) ) who work behind a desk and for those of us who actually have to take care of people for a living. Does anyone know of any laws or ways to get an employer to consider holding your position for 2 to 3 months? Please help! My fiance and I both work and need the money. I was so blessed to get this job in this economy and really don't want or need to lose it. I would greatly appreciate any response. Thanks 

Name: Kim | Date: Mar 23rd, 2009 8:11 PM
It is illegal for an employer to ask an applicant anything to do with pregnancy or the potential of pregnancy. It is not a legal factor in deciding your employment eligibility, so why would you volunteer that information prior to being hired? Same goes for any physical disability. I understand the feelings of guilt, I' just got hired at 5 months pregnant, and feel uncomfortable about it, but the law is on my side here and it really wan't relevant to my qualifications as an employee.
I wish everyone out there in our situation luck, and confidence! This is no longer a man's world! 

Name: hi all | Date: Mar 26th, 2009 6:17 PM
i am five and a half month perg with my first kid how do i do this? 

Name: risha | Date: Apr 17th, 2009 1:43 PM
im on birth control but i only been on it for a little while but the problem is i think im pregnant but i dont know the real answer i took 3 pregnancy test one came out positive the others came out negative my stomach getting bigger but i dont know if its the baby or the shot making me blow up how do i find out 

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