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    I went on from full-time to maternity leave at 36 weeks. Bub was 41+3. I had almost a month off before bun came. I don't recommend it. lol

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    I worked full time until 38 weeks.

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    I worked full time til 38 weeks. But I worked from home from 34 weeks to save the commute and my paranoid nightmare of my waters breaking at work
    Bubs arrived at 40+2 so I had a bit if time to relax before
    I didn't have any pregnancy problems or complications though

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    I stopped going to appointments and seeing clients at about 30 weeks but I stayed in the office until 36 weeks but couldn't really do much ( had no complications but couldn't look after clients knowing id be leaving soon)

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    I finished at 30 weeks, it was Christmas, hot & I was over it, so glad I did, you only get maternity leave with your first as with subsequent pregnancies there is always the first/s to look after! I had DS at 39 weeks & was so glad I had that 9 weeks :-)


 

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