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    Just curious is this a multiple forum as in twins? I am no way even considering working anywhere near 38 weeks twins typically are born between 35 an 37 weeks and I would like a bit of time off to prepare. As I have a long commute to and from work I'm planning to finish at 30 weeks

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    Yes twins, triplets etc.

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    I finished last week at 34+1. I was pushed out a little by my employer really.. I would have done another week or perhaps two but I was working two and a half hours from my birthing hospital as well so I wanted to come home again most people with twins usually finish around 28-30 weeks so maybe keep that in mind. I have been super lucky to not have any issues


 

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