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The correct answer is A.  A pregnant employee/student is not obligated to inform her employer of her pregnancy, UNLESS she wants to take advantage of the lower dose limits and additional dose monitoring.  We HIGHLY recommend reporting a pregnancy as soon as it is known.  Additional dose monitoring will be accomplished by providing an extra dosimeter for the woman to wear over her belly and taking monthly readings (instead of the normal quarterly readings) from it.  Reporting a pregnancy will in no way effect the woman's job status, except to lower her allowable exposure limits.

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