You are navigating through major physical and emotional changes while trying to find the time to fit in medical tests, doctor's appointments, childbirth classes - and many stops in between to use the nearest restroom.
The problem is, you can't focus solely on your pregnancy each day. You also have to somehow fit in work, too, even with the growing demands that arise with pregnancy. If you're healthy, you will likely be able to continue to work while pregnant, right up until delivery.
There are ways to make your job easier while you're expecting. Here are some ideas to think about:
Be safe and comfortable. Your safety and comfort if you are working while pregnant is important. If you're experiencing a normal, healthy pregnancy and you're employed in a safe environment, you should be able to remain working until you go into labor. This is often a big financial concern for many working expectant mothers.
During the first trimester, you may suffer from extreme fatigue and nausea at work, which can be embarrassing. Keep in mind for most women the nausea will subside by the second trimester and you'll likely regain much of your energy back. The third trimester you'll begin to get tired more easily and it may be a good idea to use some of the sick or vacation time you've been holding on to if you need to. Read more...
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/7522736