I am 29 weeks, and have complete placenta previa. Yay, right? I am so let down that I have to have a c-section, very sad about it. But, I try to look on the bright side. I have been depressed and crying a lot, but don't want to take any meds. I work two jobs, and can barely walk most of the time. My full time job is giving me guff suddenly about my attitude at work, saying, after nearly two years with absolutely no complaints from my employer, they are now saying that I have been a problem, and asked me to pre-pay all my employer sponsored health care premiums up front before going on maternity leave. OK, I get it, you don't want me to return to work, but you won't say it to my pregnant face. In the meantime, making issues up about me isn't helping, it makes me afraid to go to work, and depressed all day. I have been on work restrictions that are impossible for me, since the staff don't make any accommodations for me, and being the office manager, I have a job to do if nobody else does theirs properly, leaving me to do things I am not supposed to at this point in my pregnancy. My second job, being all men, is fine, they would carry me up and down stairs if I let them. That's one good thing. So, I will just go to work full time at my second job, which also happens to be my husband's company with another business partner. I am just trying to get through this without any more complications from my placenta previa, but I have contractions and bargained with my doctor for just a few more weeks of work with strict restrictions. But, I am so depressed that even when I want to cry, I can't because I know the baby will become upset, and when I cry, she moves a lot, making me cry more. I would quit today and take maternity, except that I work two jobs and at least one of them is my hookup for after I have the baby, to be able to work and bring her with me. The pressure and stress are making it hard to do anything. I feel like, even my husband doesn't understand and my being upset about it only makes him upset too.