Have you heard of these? Some work places have special rooms for mom's to go and have some privacy when they are pumping milk.
A few months ago, right before my first injectables cycle I had nowhere to put my needle, so I went on a search for a sharps container. The buidling I work in has around 400 employees and I just assumed there would be a sharps container somewhere....nope. So, my next stop was the environmental health and safety guy, he had some sharps containers. He kept giving me problems about it, asking me if I had one at home. I told him that I do, then he asks why I can't just bring my needles home. WTH??? Yes, I want to carry needles in my purse into a house where there is a child and other children that visit. Yes, I can carry around a big and red container with a bunch of needles in it...what a moron. He asked why I need them, I didn't give him the whole sob story but he got the point. So after asking if the company is required to put out a sharps container if someone needs one, he agreed to put one out . All he said was every time that I need to use it that I need to check out key #19 from the security guards.
Key #19 is for the mother's room. People don't get it. It was a slap in the face. There was a breast pump hanging out every single time I had to inject myself a few months ago. Now? The gal must not be breastfeeding anymore because the breast pump is gone. Score.