Have you been pregnant before? if you have, then you have more of an idea of how pregnancy affects you. FOr ex, this is my third child. with my first 2, i worked up until their due dates, so i knew that clinicals 2 days a week wouldnt be that hard physically on me.
If you are due in November, but keep going thru August, that will be very hard on you physically-9 more months of clincals/fast paced schoolwork after a newborn? I have no clinicals and 3 days of class after my due date. Though it can be done. A girl in my class had a baby on Wed, back on Friday-kept up iwht school for 3 more months until summer break.. And if you are planning on breastfeeding, that will be very hard, too.
Its not impossible, but it will be very hard. COnsider the options-Can you start next year? (are you willing/able?) can do you a non-accelerated program, so its not as intense on you?
Good luck-you have a lot to think about, but discuss it with your hubby and your doctor, and if you have to wait, you have to wait. I did with my 2nd baby. I was supposed to start my ADN program in August 2002, but got pg in Jan 2002, due in Sept. I wasn't willing to go back to school that quickly and stay in school for the 2 years after that, with no physcial recovery time at all. SO i delayed entering for a year, and here i am-graduating. 1 year later htan planned, but still graduating!