It depends on where you work / live. In California at my work the standard is you can have 4 weeks before and 6 weeks after the due date for vaginal normal delivery and 8 weeks after for c section. Unless of course you have a medical need for longer. But there are other unpaid leave options under FMLA and my work also has a baby bonding that allows you to take an additional 12 weeks after that 6-8 week period it is just unpaid and docked pay for me.
Ill be 37 wks this Thursday... Im due 12/15 doctor was gonna take me off work as of last wk but i said no... Now i regret it so i hope i can get a excuse to get out on leave as of nxt wk.... You should get information from your employer on how much leave you can take... Best of luck...
Thanks y'all. I just scheduled an appointment with my doctor for wendsday. When i go I'll talk to her and see what my options are...my employer isn't really wanting to give me a whole lot of information on it.. I just know I've been at work all last week in and out the bathroom throwing up and not able to stay around the food I work with without feeling sick. Even at home I feel nauseous I think its about time for me to come out of work.the other day i had to leave early because the hemmroihd pain I have been getting was so bad I cried because I had to keep walking back and forth from stations. The pressure from her is to heavy for me to be on my feet like I have been
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