Quote from SweetLemon
its not as though you are planning to work, have you baby and then quit on them.
But this is not unheard of. As a matter of fact, it had gotten to the point that as soon as we hear a co-worker is pregnant, we start planning for her farewell party (kidding, sort of). :smiley_aa Not because we are happy to see her leave, but we know she will.
It almost always plays out like this: Woman becomes pregnant, then goes on light duty then leaves work early using part of her leave (but convinces everyone that she is indeed coming back to work ASAP, full-time!). Has baby, takes full leave, comes back to work part-time, then uses vacation time, then quits.
I see this happen over and over.
Anyway, from what I understand, you can be fired w/in the 90 days, but "Pregnancy" will never be the reason. Well, it could be if the Employer is that stupid. In an at-will state, an Employer doesn't have to provide the Employee with a reason for the firing anyway. A reason is often provided, but only as a general 'courtesy' (for lack of a better word).
If you do get fired and you think it is because you are pregnant and for no other reason, please, talk w/ an attorney.