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    oh is that actually happening is it? I didn't think it had been passed yet. Also isn't the latest you could be due if pregnant right now February/March? I'm just worried you know something I don't about PPL that's all!
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    im a casual employee and my work place closes down for 6 weeks over the Christmas holidays. They prob will not call me in once it re- opens. I cant be out of work for longer then 8 weeks before baby is born.

    maybe I can get a few days work somewhere else.

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    ahhh that totally makes sense, thankyou for clarifying, I was concerend you knew something I didn't I see no reason why you shouldn't be able to schedule your c-section to fit within this timeframe

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    I have had 3 x sections. 39, 38 and 37w.


 

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