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  1. Lennyb993

    Trying to get pregnant between UDC3 and 4

    Stands for Upper Division Curriculum
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    Trying to get pregnant between UDC3 and 4

    UDC its what my school uses when you're taking clinicals. I've actually looked to see what it stands for but can never find it, not even on the school website. But I'll be sure to ask my advisor and let you know when I know what it stands for.
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    Trying to get pregnant between UDC3 and 4

    Thank you so much for your reply!!
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    Trying to get pregnant between UDC3 and 4

    Yeah he may just be my BF and we may not be together in 2 years. But we do plan to get married. We have been together for almost 5 years and we have lived together for 4 1/2. But obviously anything can happen in two years but our plan is to be married before i actually graduate Nursing school. Thank you for your reply.
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    Trying to get pregnant between UDC3 and 4

    Thank you so much for replying. Definitely a different view for me to see this situation
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    Trying to get pregnant between UDC3 and 4

    Thank you so much for taking the time to write a reply. My mom had my younger sister at the age of 31 and had to give birth early bc of pre-eclampsia. My aunt gave birth by the age of 38 and also had complications and my aunt had twins at the age of 40 but she takes medication for clotting factors and she ended up losing the babies and her doctors thought that it was best that she didnt go to term. I guess im afraid to have similar situations when my BF and I start planning to conceive. But thank you so much for replying definitely made some good points.
  7. Hello! I am currently finishing up my pre-requisites to start nursing school and my boyfriend and I were discussing when we should start having children. I need the perspective of nurses who have been in a similar situation and would like to know what you did and what would you suggest. I am 25 and he is 27 and we are planning to get pregnant two years from now which means I would be giving birth during my last semester at the age of 28. I was thinking of being maybe 6/7 months pregnant when graduating and taking the NCLEX a few weeks after graduation. My boyfriend would rather wait until I have a job and then we can start trying but my problem is that I don't want to have a child after the age of 30 (graduating at the age of 28, work for a year - will be 29 and then conceive and by the time I give birth Ill be 30 assuming I get pregnant within that year) and our parents will be much older and won't provide much help. The question is 1) would this be a good idea...? 2)How long would I have in order to get a job after taking my NCLEX, 3)would I be seen in a different light due to being pregnant and taking a break before working due to the pregnancy? 4) Could I just be maybe having baby fever..... or scared that the longer I wait my chances of having a healthy pregnancy diminishes...? I know I may be overreacting a bit but I just have this thing where I really don't want to be over 30 and having my first child... But please your suggestions and opinions would definitely mean a lot to me.
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