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Thread Starter Pregnant doctor Follow 57 minutes ago 57m ago Quote: Originally Posted by Anonymous Thank you, I think we will try to get pregnant in my last year of foundation training and do that gap year then :) thanks again You need to be in continuous NHS employment for at least 12 months in order to qualify for maternity pay, so I don't think a gap year is necessarily a good idea, especially as you can never tell how long it will take to have a baby! Having children as a junior doctor is very common, though most women wait till they've completed foundation years and are in a training programme (or stable non-training post). I had my first at the end of ST4, would have been sooner but we needed fertility treatment. Went back part time when he was 9 months old and I'm just coming to the end of ST5 now. I'm pregnant with no.2, who will be due a couple of months into ST6. My CCT date has moved back by several years but I am happy with how things have worked out.
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